The latest edition of Milan Fashion Week Men’s has presented some exciting trends and styles for men over the last few days. We discover some of the highlights so far…
The Man In The Magnifying Glass was Mr Armani’s homage to the brand’s DNA but with a sporty twist, appealing to the fashion-conscious man who is active. New details were added to established designs to give a sporty edge. The colour palette ranged from soft greys to onyx and white with a touch of red, while silver elements created a sport feel to fabrics on all-over black looks.
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana titled their show “Masters of Art”. The fall/winter collection celebrates traditional crafts and the precious design skills that have been passed down through generations. Thick knitwear, tweed, shearling and many other classic materials created strong winter looks, while additional pockets and easy fastenings offered the functionality that today’s man is looking for. The collection brought classics styles and methods into the future with an updated twist for today’s young generation.
Etro presented a collection that looked to heritage and the past. Oversized cardigans, constructed shoulders, straight leg trousers, flared pants and of course the classic Etro paisley print took the audience back to the seventies.
presented their menswear fall/winter collection Surreal Classic in Milan. The colourful collection was a twist on tradition, combining traditional materials with technology innovative fibres and recyclable fabrics. Silhouettes ranged between streamlined and oversized. Bright colours were highlighted by stylised graphics.
Armani presented a menswear collection of elegance and sophistication for the modern man with the Fall/Winter 2020 Giorgio Armani menswear presentation. Armani stuck to the chic codes of the line but updated them to be relevant for the modern man by using lightweight fabrics, clean cuts and versatility. Everything was stripped back to its essence, making the clothes easy to wear, clean and simply elegant.