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The Autumn-Winter season is here, and now we can perfectly determine the AW 16/17 trends and fashion basics that shouldn’t be missing in the men’s wardrobe. Quality and style remain as key lessons regarding the type of clothes in which to invest. Below, we’d like to give all the keys in order to know how to choose the clothes this season.


The shirt is positioned once again as the main garment for men. This season, they land with soft patterns and plain colours. In addition, the existing variety in fabrics, textures and finishes, allow everyone to create a style according to their personality and mood.

Smart leather accessories are equally a must. Accessories are no longer an option for the contemporary man. Besides the utility, accessories project an elegant and tasteful image. Gloves, beanies, belts, suspenders and wallets complement our look and bring a personal touch.

The timeless Prince of Wales, houndstooth and plaid patterns, are present in blazers and ties alike. Increasingly, the contemporary man combines these patterns with different colours and fabrics. This allows everyone to create a unique and personal style.


Inspired by minimalist elements and considering the foundations of the prestigious Bauhaus school, LA TRINKHALLE reunites the previously described trends with the signature and delicacy that define us. The Central-European architecture blends with the diverse artistic branches to create an image that radiates avant-garde classicism according to the lifestyle of the contemporary man. LA TRINKHALLE designs are intended to provide comfort and assurance on the daily basis. The result of the AW 16/17 Collection is comfortable and smart garments with countless details in versatile colours, different textures and rich fabrics.


The sporty and casual style has strongly returned this season. This has been shown on the runways of Paris, London and New York. The sporty and army style trends are booming right now. Today, the fear to combine a sporty with a formal garment has become almost nonexistent. That’s recorded in men's street style of cities like Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Stockholm.


In response to this widespread demand, Harry's1982 has recently launched the Army&Co line which merges sporty and comfortable clothes. Beige, khaki and pale grey are the main colours this season. Army&Co is a contemporary time brand aimed at the urbanite man.