runway raiders

what’s worth stealing from men’s spring ’14 fashion week.

by steff yotka

If you've been curious as to why your Tumblr feed has been taken over by "off-duty" male models smoking ciggies and looking studly, men's spring '14 fashion week being underway probably has something to do with it. All the big houses from Armani to Prada are showing their duds for dudes this week in Milan.

From peek-a-boo shorts to '90s-era halter tops, the menswear trends for spring '14 are actually pretty girly. Vivienne Westwood showed a paisley caftan on a male model that we think would look great belted for a weekend getaway, while Dolce & Gabbana showed nude male sculptures on sweatshirts that we would wear with flirty skirts. Over at Topshop Design male models were fitted into cowboy-style button downs that remind us of Isabel Marant women's fall '12. Conservative cross-dressers can get in on the fun too by stealing the neon acetate sunnies and pastel hoodies from Burberry Prorsum.

Perhaps our two favorite looks are of the sweatshirt variety: Calvin Klein's rosy sunset pull over and Frankie Morello's sushi-printed option. What better way to profess your love of summer and sushi than to wear it emblazoned across your chest? Never ones to let the guys have all the fun, we picked out our favorite menswear looks that we'd want to wear ourselves.

Vivienne Westwood Mens Spring '14

Burberry Prorsum Mens Spring '14

Calvin Klein Mens Spring '14

Dolce & Gabbana Mens Spring '14

Frankie Morello Mens Spring '14

J.W. Anderson Mens Spring '14

Sibling Mens Spring '14

Topshop Design Mens Spring '14