Milan Fashion Week has brought the brands we love, showcasing the styles to steal with a glimpse of the SS19 runway looks, specifically for men.
Dolce&Gabbana did nothing less than to create controversy with ‘The Naked King Men’s Fashion Show.’ The men started the runway with their briefs on, with add-ons of the bags, scarves, eyewear and hats, finishing off in silk robes.
However, the DNA Evolution of 144 looks stole the spotlight by showing the brand of yesterday, today and tomorrow in an anti-demographical show. The new generation of millennials walked down in fitted suits and sportswear with Naomi Campbell closing down the show.
Dsquared2 blend in with high luxury brands by standing out. The camo-inspired show had features of loose clothing with a accents of blinding neons, that we can’t help but love!
Ermenegildo Zegna had a remarkable sunset runway show with fabrications by Alessandro Sartori. Surprisingly no suits were featured as that’s what the brand is most loved for. The brand is adapting to the evolution of fashion by still producing the finest ready-to-wear clothing with eye catching patterns.
Valentino Homme was also spotted at Paris Fashion Week bringing streetwear through the bold designs of newly solo creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. The brand takes a revamp with oversized layers, tropical and camouflage hues, new textures and finished off with bulky sneakers. Piccioli’s fresh start embarks on a journey of creating must-have clothing, shoes and accessories.