Friday, June 17, 2016 19:00 Ports 1961 20:00 Dsquared2 Saturday, June 18, 2016 9:30 Christian Pellizzari 10:30 Asssegnato 11:30 Canali 12:30 Jil Sander 15:00 Marni 16:00 Versace 17:00 Les Hommes 18:00 Neil Barrett 19:00 Pal Zileri 20:00 Helen Anthony 21:00 Philipp Plein
Inspired by American novelist William S. Burroughs and his penchant for stylish hats, Giorgio Armani looked to the Beat Generation to set the tone for his fall-winter 2016 men’s collection. Continuing a style narrative for the man that appreciates a timeless wardrobe, Armani rejected the exhibitionist, embracing the idea that “It doesn’t matter what the… [Read More]
On the heels of celebrating its twentieth anniversary, Dsquared2 turned to Japan for the inspiration of its fall-winter 2016 men’s collection. Presented during the final day of Milan Fashion Week, designers Dan and Dean Caten remixed their boyish essentials with a fashion-forward trip east.
Canali served up a seriously sharp collection for fall-winter 2016. Unveiled during Milan Fashion Week, creative director Andrea Pompilio discussed his most recent outing for Canali, sharing, “There is so much of the world that we don’t actually perceive and I wanted to explore this concept for the new season. As in architecture, every detail,… [Read More]
When it comes to contemporary style with a relatable young edge, Diesel Black Gold creative director Andreas Melbostad hits the nail on the head. Unveiling his fall-winter 2016 men’s collection during Milan Fashion Week, the designer gravitated towards a dark color palette of black and grey. Turning out one cool piece after the next, the… [Read More]
The Italian cornerstone for essential men’s tailoring, Giorgio Armani looked to the digital generation for the inspiration of Emporio Armani’s fall-winter 2016 collection. Imagining an urban setting, innovation was front and center with modern constructions of tailored menswear. Bonded with leather or finished with insulated strips, denim was revisited. Juxtaposed with Prince of Wales checks,… [Read More]
When it comes to Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and his well-received direction at the Italian fashion house, it looks like the label’s love affair with 1970s style is here to stay for a while. Continuing to develop his androgynous spin on the beloved decade, Michele looked to Italian designer Walter Albini for inspiration. Known… [Read More]
Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier had a clear goal in mind when it came to the Italian fashion house’s fall-winter 2016 men’s collection. Proposing a quiet but confident season, Maier focused on long silhouettes and a careful mix of luxurious materials. Contributing to a simple image, relaxed tailoring took center stage as the show… [Read More]