Milan Fashion Week saw the likes of Versace, Prada and Giorgio Armani sharing the stage this week as well as plenty other shows that eloquently showed that Milan is on form for dressing for the next Spring/Summer season.
There was something for everyone who is into Italian style. We saw colour tones, clashing patterns and clean cut suits that oozed Italian sophistication at Giorgio Armani.
Christian Pellizzati’s show gave us a glimpse into the historic city of Venice with the city’s lion symbol gracing some of the garments. His collection spoke romance and reflected a classical Italian lifestyle.
Philipp Plein whose 1950’s rebellious style collection brought a street style essence with nods to biker culture embellishments, tight leather and ripped denim.
Later in the week Palm Angels brought a raw urban contemporary vibe which added a refreshing layer to the mix with metallic bodysuits and repeat print tracksuits.
A 90’s revival from Versace showed us that the brands signature garden of Palazzo Versace print is a long way from dying out. The fashion house also treated us to a look at their vintage logo, a show that reflected on the past yet, paying homage to Gianni Versace as this year marked the 20th anniversary of his death.
Check out some more of our picks from Milan Men’s Fashion Week…