GQ Style on how to wear the bomber jacket now

“Bomber jackets are very masculine and very flattering, which is part of the reason why they sell so well. They widen the shoulders and make you look trim. They also work both dressed up and worn more casually, which always helps” says Sam Lobban.

“The real trick though is to choose a fabric that will work into your wardrobe in as many situations as possible so you never have to choose just one way to wear it” he adds.Ever since the ’90s throwback last season the bomber jacket trend is booming. Colourfull and versatile in many materials it is a piece in your wardrobe that will never let you down.

Last year’s Gucci-inspired embroidery details evolved in statement graphics for 2017 and oversized is battling with the traditional fit for the best and last impressions.
According to GQ “Google searches for the jacket surged by over 500% this late spring”.
“The bomber is an iconic style that has existed since the turn of the century in uniforms and fashion. In the ’50s, youth culture adopted military and labor pieces like the the MA-1 bomber, subverting their symbolism by bringing them into the streets and clubs. I think we’re seeing that rebellious spirit again from young people and designers, which is why the bomber jacket has again surged in popularity” says Barneys’ Tom Kalenderian. We listen.
Shearling trim bomber jacket by Saint Laurent– Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.
Reversible cotton and wool-blend bomber jacket by Dries Van Noten.  – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.
 Blue virgin wool blend, cotton and feather down bomber jacket by Moncler Gamme Bleu. -Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.
Midnight blue cotton-wool blend colourful hem bomber jacket by Missoni– Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.