We wouldn’t expect anything less from the boys at Dolce & Gabbana (image above) however the Italian leg of the fashion month showed particular interest in beautifully decorated clothing for men on a much broader scale. From intricate knitwear, elaborate jacquards and highly detailed digital prints and embroideries, menswear steps away from minimalism. Perhaps the fear of having less is approaching ever so quickly we’re embracing maximalism while we can? Or so it may seem…
This jacquard bomber is a showstopper! Typically Etro, it takes part in a beautifully decorated collection.
There is plenty of interest in knitwear this season. We saw bright yarns in London and now in Milan we are seeing lots of pattern and various motifs.
With a more turn of the century, industrial influence on pattern, the designs are not short on detail. 25% of this collection uses up-cycled materials from the Zegna factory. Further more, many of the styles are designed to change and modulate according to your needs for the day. Read more on vogue.com
Embroidered fleece jersey and Anime jacquards featured at MSGM
No surprises here with Moschino showing highly saturated, ornately printed pieces.
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