Montesinos is always a costumed whirlwind, and the SS17 collection was just that. Inspired by Montesinos’ homeland, Valencia, Spain, he created a collection of mostly womenswear but a select few menswear pieces: bright, patterned and bold.

Baby blue for SS17.

Baby blue for SS17.

A few of the men walked the runway arm-in-arm with a female model, sporting unique, loud vests and even skirts.

Patterns and vests.

Patterns and vests.

It seems that as the seasons go on, men in skirts is still happening (unsure if this is to our joy or dismay–but hey–if you feel confident, go for it).

A young lad in a skirt.

A young lad in a skirt.

Once piece BDMOTP can definitely get behind is the vertical striped suit with patterned tee underneath, of course, with a “clashing” pocket square.

We do love this striped number.

We do love this striped number.

As always, Montesinos designs a unique bride & groom set, and this seasons was Alice in Wonderland-esque, with a top hat, gold pants and shagadellic top coat patterns.

Quite the groom.

Quite the groom.

Posted by Lori Zaino and photos from Getty Images.

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