While womenswear is constantly pushing the boundaries in its everyday sphere, for men a wardrobe can sometimes be a predictable stalemate affair; or at least this used to be the case. Because in the last few years designers have evolved with daring styles that accomodate and acknowledge the eclectic man. In previous posts I've shown how the romantic gypsy trend can be a bohemian dream for everyone to share, and how urban luxe can be funked up from a pair of harem pants. And now it's colour that doesn't necessarily have to instegate 'camp'. Colour blocking has been a pallete women have always enjoyed, but only recently have I seen male confidence in clashing. Take John Galliano, who intoxicates the runway with wasp sting yellow, electric blue and even a pearl corset to create a treasure chest of pirates and glitter. He demonstrates perfectly how masculine can meet magical. And for those looking to colour block just as effectively but in a sharper and more reserved manner, Raf Simons introduces straight jacket effects that melt different tones together. So with all this in mind, today I layered a number of items on that looked like folk grunge dipped in a rainbow.