Milan’s menswear fashion week ended on a strong note for fashion-forward men. Collections introduced capes, bags, ornate patterns, and furs–pieces that won’t necessarily apply to the sartorially shy. Not to leave them out in the cold, Ports 1961 and Z Zenga came through with less bold pieces that, while still elegant and sophisticated, have broader mass appeal.
Specifically on Day 3, it seemed many of the designers were on one accord. Instead of reaching for bold prints and possibly experimental designs, designers from the teams at Gucci, Fendi, and Ports 1961 for the most part used swatches of muted or saturated hues in boxy, oversized silhouettes, paying heavy mind to outerwear.
Day 4 brought out the big and the bold via strong, nomadic designs from Roberto Cavalli and an impressive collection of outerwear in an array of luxurious fabrics from Giorgio Armani.
Click through for an overview of some of our favorite shows from Day 3 and Day 4 of Milan Men’s Fashion Week.