Mens Leather Pants. Looking for fabulous leather pants to wear this year? Let’s check out what the fashion design houses have released for the Spring/Summer season as well as what your favorite celebrities are wearing. Let’s begin with this advertisement for the House of Versace.
The above advert headlined by Canadian cutie Nolan Gerard Funk — aka Hunter Clarington in the TV drama musical extravaganza Glee — is for Versace’s Spring/Summer Menswear Collection. [Want more designer leather trousers? Check out our earlier post on the Best Designer Leather Pants.]
Want some Belstaff leather pants? Check out this slim leather trousers from the Belstaff Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Menswear Collection. According to the label’s website (belstaff.com), a pair of this outfit — Telford Trouser/Biker Leather — will cost you nearly two thousand bucks or $1,995 to be exact. As for Belstaff leather jackets, check out our post on How Much is a Belstaff Leather Jacket.
Etro leather pants for men from the label’s Spring/Summer Menswear Collection as seen during the recent Milan Fashion Week.
Here’s another black leather pants seen on the runways of Milan last January 2013,a Costume National Homme Fall-Winter from the label’s Menswear Collection.
What do you think of this red leather pants that your beloved Justin Bieber to the Los Angeles premiere of his latest film project, Believe? Kind of cool, huh? Or do you agree with our friend Deena who says she’s reminded of silly peacocks who need colorful feathers to attract a mate. [To be fair, peacocks aren’t the only member of the bird family where males are much more colorful than their female counterparts.]
Want to wear a pair of leather pants similar to Henry Cavill in Man of Steel? Unfortunately for you, said leather outfit was costume made for the movie and does not come from any of the leather-oriented design houses.
Fortunately for you, there are manufacturers/tailors/websites out there such as udreplicas.com which specialize in designing movie costume replicas. But they ain’t cheap. The Man of Steel Superman leather suit, for instance, costs more than a thousand bucks (approximately $1,267 US).