Jan 28, 2014

A Recap of Milan Fashion Week

Fashion Week in Milan brings together some of the most...

Fashion Week in Milan brings together some of the most renowned and most appreciated designers, brands and models to showcase the newest trends and creations the fashion world has to offer.

Very many brands, including Canali, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana showcased their collections for the fall-winter 2014/2015 season. Milan Fashion Week seemed different from Paris Fashion Week in the sense that the creations were much more wearable and more accessible to a larger audience. We could see a lot of tailored suits, fitting jackets and shirts, prints and neutrals in balanced proportions, and a lot of elegant simplicity.

It’s hard to talk about so many collections at once, but overall, we can say that the main feeling we had watching the models going down the runways was that these outfits were much more versatile than those presented in Paris and that the wearer has a lot more freedom to dress them down or up. We could see suits for all occasions, subtle cuts and fine stitching, embellished with fabulous details that many men will appreciate!

The “Settimana della Moda”, which was established in 1958, is owned by the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, which means “The National Chamber for Italian Fashion”. This is a non-profit association that coordinates and promotes the development of Italian fashion.

Let’s have a look at some of our favorite looks from the shows. To read our comments, click on the picture or go through the slide-show.

Dolce and Gabbana Men Emporio Armani Ermanno Scervino Frankie Morello's outfits suggested a trip to the future of urban wear, mixed with a passion for fine lines and strong fabrics. Giorgio Armani's collection used soft cuts and an athletic shape to create a new version of the modern man's look. Jil Sander John Richmond Les Hommes Moncler Gamme Bleu's creative director Thom Browne surpised the audience (once again) with his use of argyle. In this collection, it looks to us like the inspiration was the medieval harlequin. MSGM Philipp Plein's collection presented looks perfect for a rough cowboy. Prada Roberto Cavalli Salvatore Ferragamo Donatella Versace imagined a new type of cowboy for the fall-winter 2014 season. This Italian cowboy lives his adventures in refined environments and has a taste for fine tailoring. Versace Vivienne Westwood Andrea Pompilio Calvin Klein Canali Corneliani Costume National Homme The Daks collection was inspired by the English dandy of the 1960s, as designer Filippo Scuffi brought a feel of the countryside to the runway. Daniele Alessandrini This Daniele Alessandrini outfit is really an expression of practical yet stylish winter wear for the modern man. Dirk Bikkembergs

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P.S. What do you think of these outfits? Which one is your favorite? Are there creations that you don’t like? What trends do you want to follow? Share your comments in the space below and let’s keep the conversation going!

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