Moda Gent show the way for the future of menswear

From vintage styles to razor sharp tailoring the spring/summer collection of Moda Gent that is being referred to as the 13 edition is full of valuable insight about where the future of menswear is heading.

The show will take place at the NEC Birmingham on August 12-14th and will offer a collection of some of the best international and UK brands include appearances from labels such as Boomerang, Brook Taverner, B.D.C 23, Poggianti, Punto Blanco, Andy Richardson, Mish Mash Jeans, Jay/K, Lois Jeans, Selected Homme, Lord Berlue, Jekyll & Hyde, Bogart, Club of Comfort, and many more.

The new collection is also going to mark the move Brook Taverner into a relaxed brand that will now offer a wide array of casual shirts, lightweight cottons, and some great summer suits that are made out of pure linen.

The B.D.C. 23 range will be available in Ireland and the UK also in August for the first time after it was meet with great fanfare in Germany where the brand is from. Their collection is known for its playful men’s colors that are central to the denim and cotton chinos that are made for those who are a bit more fashion adventurous.

Bright colour mixed with comfortable fabrics and high quality is also a great way to describe what is up for offer by Vedoneire the Irish brand that focuses on sporty pieces that are inspired by sea themes. More sea themes will also be created and offered by the Swedish Boomerang.

Other collections that fashion trendy men will want to keep an eye out for include the Italian brand Poggianti with its great luxury fit and smooth fitted fabrics and pieces from Punto Blanco, Bogart, Lord berlue, and Club of Comfort.