As promised the remaining two days of Milan menswear fashion week. I think overall the collections from the Milan shows are way tamer than usual. Of course, compared to Paris the Milan shows leans toward structure and tailoring rather than Avante garde-ism.
I can't believe it's already Thursday. The week went by fast but I'm not looking forward with the rain forecast over the weekend. I have a few social responsibilities lined-up and the rain might hinder that.
At any rate my top 5 looks from day 3 and 4 collections.
As the new head Trussardi, why was this collection so much interesting than the other? Eventhough that I'm biased with my love of military inspired collections, I just thought that the pieces here were far more thought provoking than the costume-y feel that was this season's Trussardi.
That's it for Milan!!! Paris started yesterday, so off we go!
Day 3 & 4: Alexander Mcqueen, Brioni, Canali, Daniele Allesandrini, Dick Bikkenbergs, Diesel Black Gold, Dsquared2, Enrico Coveri, Etro, Gazzarini, Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Iceberg, Jonathan Saunders, Marc Jacobs, Moschino, Nicole Farhi, Ports 1961, Roccobarroco, Umit Benan, Versace, Woolrich Woolen Mills, Z Zegna.