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While Milan Fashion Week always delivers chic womenswear looks, menswear is also an important part of the event. Fashion, especially in Italy, is regarded as something that benefits men and women, equally. Take a casual stroll even in the smallest of Italian towns and you are bound to see an impeccably dressed man whose style may even give you a healthy dose of envy. Menswear, for Italian brands who show collections at Milan Fashion Week, is also a question of national pride—after all, the most important menswear fashion event, Pitti Immagine Uomo, happens in Florence each year.
And even though Milan Fashion Week has just started, it’s already clear that creative directors want men to embrace color in all its forms—so far vivid prints and patterns have been sweeping the runways. We also have a feeling that designers really want to make very short shorts happen again for men (whether that will materialize, only time will show).
Keep scrolling for the best menswear looks from Milan Fashion Week and check back daily for updates.
The menswear looks at Tod’s were all about “a timeless aesthetic” showcasing Italian craftsmanship.
Armani’s spring 2020 collection was called “Air” and featured breezy, easy-to-wear silhouettes in pastels and metallics.
Alessandro Dell’Acqua offered floral suits and slinky silhouettes for spring 2020.
Anna Yang’s menswear looks for spring 2020 included a double-layer trench coat and this white suit that featured over-the-knee shorts.
We can definitely get behind this Arbesser two-piece patchwork-style look and the designer’s vivid prints.
The Peter Pilotto man will be sporting plenty of bright colors next season.
The male models at Benetton were clad in nautical-inspired pieces bursting with color.