Daks Spring/Summer 2015–Daks creative director Filippo Scuffi was in need of editing this season as 43 menswear looks made their way down the runway during Milan Fashion Week, providing a series of hits and misses. Scuffi took the man of Daks into a relaxed athletic direction for spring/summer 2015 that did always necessarily work. Some ensembles like a mock turtleneck long-sleeve tee and casual pants simply didn’t work. However, more smart pieces like cardigan sets provided a nice alternative. The label’s strong suits continued to be conventional items such as a double-breasted blazer sans the attempt at basketball shorts. Another positive were refined leather jackets.
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