It’s Fashion Week in Milan and all of the menswear is looking quite spiffy thus far. There were interesting hints of color added to classy and understated wardrobes, and for any of the times that men have been underrepresented in fashion, recent developments could definitely count as vengeance on their behalf.
There is a very nice video stream of Burberry’s Prorsum collection for men that is now up for viewing and here is a quick summary of the looks and designers that debuted.
Burberry offered a collection that was charming and impressive. As reported by the New Zealand Herald, Christopher Bailey of Burberry spoke about the line, saying; “I wanted the attitude to be polite. I wanted it to feel charming. I think it is important to smile. I think that is what fashion is also about, making you think and making you smile. You don’t always have to be serious.”
Dolce & Gabana showed off an extremely luxurious collection.
Costume National displayed a rather interesting and multifunctional collection while blending different styles into one single piece.
Jil Sander kept things dark and edgy.
And Ermenegildo Zegna pulled out patterns and colors that represent the modern man who wants to be comfortable but is prepared to be on the move.
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