While we saw plenty of sporty, Sevenites-style thigh-grazers on the catwalks, perhaps the more wearable shorts trend this summer is something slightly longer. The majority of shorts hit bang-on knee length, and were either tailored slim without a turn-up and pressed with a crease or cut from something more breathable, such as silk. Patterns were big, but navy was the king colour for the season (often worn with the summer’s essential anorak). Advertisement Neck(erchief) it Photography by Indigital From left to right: Hermes, Officine Generale, Margaret Howell, Ami, Berluti. MORE SUMMER TRENDS 17 of the best print swim shorts for summer SWIM SHORTS 17 of the best print swim shorts for summer Terrace style is going from the stands to the streets next summer SPRING/SUMMER 2017 Terrace style is going from the stands to the streets next summer 8 trends you need to know for next summer SPRING/SUMMER 2017 8 trends you need to know for next summer The right way to wear a baseball cap this summer SUMMER TRENDS The right way to wear a baseball cap this summer Apart from your more traditional sunglasses and baseball caps, neckerchiefs are the most important accessory for men the season. These were more prevalent at the Paris shows (naturellement), but were also a noticeable feature in Milan and London – especially tied or folded underneath a lightweight, cotton, crew-necked jumper.
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