As one fifth of One Direction, Harry Styles has had a focus on his style for whatever length of time that he’s been on the stage. Be that as it may, as his performance vocation has bloomed, so too has his design forward style. Gone are the thin pants and Hollister T-shirts of the X Factor time. Indeed, even the designed Hawaiian shirts of 2016 have cleared a path for pussy-bow pullovers, dynamic flared suits, and high-waisted pants, prodded by the 26-year-old’s outstanding connection with Gucci and the Italian style brand’s inventive chief, Alessandro Michele. Given his inclination for eccentricity and inclination for named brands, normally the harvest time/winter 2020 catwalk gave various rousing looks that had Harry Styles composed all over them.
With a string of grant shows and open appearances effectively added to his repertoire this year, the “Watermelon Sugar” vocalist has truly accepted the open door to truly communicate his style ability. At the Brit Awards 2020 alone, not one, yet three looks set him apart from the remainder of the participants; he originally showed up on honorary pathway in a Willy Wonka-esque suit, before changing into a head-to-toe white trim Gucci look total with coordinating props for his independent execution on the night, and a brilliant yellow two-piece suit and going with purple pussybow pullover that Austin Powers would have been glad to possess.
“Harry has consistently been quick to explore different avenues regarding design and is never frightened to take a stab at something new,” beautician Harry Lambert, who has worked with Styles for quite a while on his honorary pathway looks to his most recent collection spread, revealed to British Vogue in a meeting. “Throughout the years we have worked out what he enjoys and doesn’t care for. It has been a characteristic movement of experimentation…” Experimentation that has seen pussybow pullovers, pastel custom fitted suits—alongside flared pants—, translucent shirts and unsettled trimmings become a customary piece of the artist’s collection.
As he prepares to visit his subsequent collection, Fine Line, from April 15 to October 19, here are five looks from the harvest time/winter 2020 shows that we’d totally love to see Styles give a shot in front of an audience.
Pussybow pullover? Check. Gem tones? Check. Velvet? Check. Houndstooth coat? Check. Emporio Armani’s assortment had everything. Somewhere else, almost the entirety of the Elie Saab fall/winter 20 looks were sent down the runway with a pussybow pullover, or strip styled at the neckline of a shirt. While Saab presented a quieted choice for Styles, the woolen suit—total with flared pants and sheer ribbon shirt—was especially suggestive of the equation that worked so well for Styles on the 2019 Met Gala honorary pathway.