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Bold and Bright: The Best of Men’s Spring Fashion

The long-awaited spring season is here, and men’s style is breaking loose. Think: clothes and accessories infused with bold patterns and hot shades that will chase the winter blahs away. Add a little sunshine to your wardrobe with these top picks from The Shops at Columbus Circle.

Robert-Graham

 

 

Prints are everywhere at Robert Graham. The Havana Linen Short Sleeve Shirt ($228) was inspired by a hand-painted piece of art that will transport you to the shores of Cuba. Let the fiesta begin!

 

HM

 

 

Head to H&M to scoop up a collection of on-trend (and affordable!) T-shirts with assorted patterns like this camo design ($12.99) with a statement-making splash of vivid orange.

 

Diesel

 

 

Show your true stripes at Diesel, where the K-Ruly multi-hued sweater in lightweight linen ($148) will brighten up any room, not to mention your mood.

Hugo Boss

 

The Feather Digi-Camo Print Jacket ($345) at Hugo Boss is perfect for the guy on the go. Constructed from a high-tech water-repellent fabric, it will hold any remaining raindrops at bay.

 

J Crew

 

Speaking of on the go, check out the colorful selection of retro-modern New Balance sneakers at J.Crew Mens Shop. Our fave: the suede 520 in bright green ($100). Goes with everything, we swear.

Coach

 

Tell him to head straight to Coach to pick up the Keith Haring Academy printed and leather-trimmed backpack ($450). Ingeniously designed for modern functionality, it’s selling out fast — and popular with girls and guys alike.

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