Milan fashion week has just wrapped up this week and the major Italian designers and leaders in global fashion were on hand to display an impressive assortment of men’s clothing. There were a number of trend setting items as well as classic items that are already staples in men’s fashion.
During the week, well-respected designer Giorgio Armani displayed the Spring 2015 collection. The collection featured fishnet patterns, stripes, bomber jackets, shiny short-sleeve shirts, tapered trousers and more. There were also tunic jackets with stripes and flowing trousers which were all designed to set some new trends in mens fashion. Many of the designs featured white sneakers and paddock boots to provide contrast to the fabrics and designs of the clothing.
Fashion house DSquared2, headed by two Canadian twin brothers, also displayed their creations. The DSquared2 show featured khakis, jeans, blazers and jackets that were highly decorated with prints and patterns inspired by famous American artists such as Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat. These loosely inspired designs were often featured in bright colors such as neon yellow for an eye-catching look.
World famous Italian fashion brand Gucci also presented their collection for Spring 2014 which featured nautical themes. The items displayed included suit jackets, long shirts, striped blazers and other styles that were all inspired by the sailor look. Gucci even introduced a new men’s trend with wearable jeans with spray painted designs on them.
Italian designer Fendi, displayed a wide range of clothes in their collection for Spring 2015. The items featured were designed to be everyday wear with jeans, vests, suits and chinos. A special element of the collection was the treated jeans that had been process to make the jeans look marbled or to look like other fabrics such as leather.