Milan is the location of the most luxury brand in men’s apparel, so it’s always a perfect place and fashion like ours is inspired by the upcoming season. Here are five of our recent performances just ended from MFW.
Donatella Versace did not know the proper meaning, thank God. This show shows you your favorite Versace metaphor – animal prints, jellyfish, plaid, velvet – but all this is through the preview lens, Versace Casa (the incredible household goods brand) Splash.
Jeremy Scott is known for bringing whimsical themes to his Moschino line, but he feels darker this season. A mostly black-and-white bondage is adult-in both sense of the word-and super-chic. There are a lot of sexy pinstripes on the shoulder like men’s, as well as patented leather wholesale sexy corsets, speedos and full-face masks, which we are sure to see in numerous editorials in the coming months.
Miuccia Prada shows one of the biggest hit shows, along with some hilarious hipsters, on her iconic black nylon, the ubiquitous nylon Prada backpack in the late 1980s and ’90s.
Missoni series of autumn orange, blue, red and rust-based colors. The wild colors are certainly not Missoni’s news, but the brand’s psychedelic pattern is now especially new to us.
Logo fanaticism has once again been accepted by the young fashion people, few people do better than Fendi. This season from bags, coats and shoes to umbrella hats, all of which are double-F signs – a veritable hodgepodge.