EPITOME OF FASHION:MILAN MENS FASHION WEEK UNFURLS NEW TRENDS FOR THE SEASON
22 June 2017
Fashion is a world in which the actual intelligence is often mistaken for a veneer of cleverness. It’s misinterpreted as to be just about the women, when rather it appeases all the sexes .
Setting the epitome of fashion season by season, Milan fashion week is well known for taking new twist and turns for setting up new trends. Designers engage themselves into pulling out their own distinct style, proposing it to be the craze of the season with a conviction of being the milestone of upcoming fashion.
Leading designers like Emporio Armani, Milano Moda Graduate, Christian Pellizzari, Salvatore Ferragamo, Malibu, Fendi, Dior, Versace etc unrolled their collection .
Fendi was seen focusing her collection on “mundane, household” objects, with unique sketches of tea cups, banana skins, bottle openers and bathroom taps that were spotted as leather charms swinging on the flaps of bags, printed on T-shirts and also on fine silk shirts. Colours like pinks and caramels partnered across loafers featured Fendi-branded heel. Anoraks were worn over many of the suits, some of which were boxy and puffed-up blousons.
The protruding pair of flowing baby blue parachute silk train with mid-brown suede shoulder was the eye catcher for the crowd. Models passed through turnstiles on way to catwalk; the brand’s menswear designer, Silvia Venturini Fendi, took her bow at the end of the catwalk to give a feel of lifts door entrance.
Prada was seen displaying six pairs of shorts that reformulate the word “short”infiltrating fashion across the world. Red, green and black, are the colors that were worn with coats, bumbags and pulled-up socks, glorying in their thigh-grazing-ness. Being Prada they defined the fashionable side of sporty and shorty shorts.
Salvatore Ferragamo came out with more pleasingly breathable and elegant corduroy shorts above the knee like cargo shorts but with a chic look revamping the basics. Missoni on the other hand launched their “Urban Gardener” collection, with shorts that were a bit longer, loose, scout-friendly, giving it a more semi casual look.
Ann Demeulemeester was seen going all gothic as usual with the basic colors of blacks whites and greys. Silk, lace and floral appeared in Anderson’s collections riffing stereotypes of masculinity, she adopted contemporary sports luxury with a steady collection of micro-fine tailored basketball shorts, silken two-piece floral tracksuits and muted green parachute coats. Inspired by safari the theme was globalisation and exploration