The Milan Men’s shows just wrapped and there were two distinct themes, luxury and military, making for quite a dichotomy. Here’s a look at some of the most memorable shows.
Forget the Golden Globes, Miuccia Prada closed her men’s show with a bang by having the likes of Gary Oldman, Adrien Brody, Willem Dafoe, Garrett Hedlund, Jamie Bell, Tim Roth, and Emile Hirsch walking the Prada runway. Fittingly, the designer showed a collection befitting of the A-listers she enlisted with a slew of austere military-inspired looks, some of which were finished with cool-as-can-be shades
From the quirky to the classic, Sarah Burton covered all of her bases in her well-tailored collection for Alexander McQueen.
It was British prep at its best at the Christopher Bailey-designed Burberry Prorsum show with newsboy caps (similar to those of past seasons), enviable man bags, fitted suits, color-block accented outerwear, and cozy knits.
Dolce & Gabbana
Who says luxury is dead? Come Fall, men will be able to stock up on the likes of gold embroidered separates and silk pajamas and – for the truly adventurous – this seaon's Dolce & Gabbana collection also included a dramatically chic (Andrea Leon Talley, anyone?) cape.
Dolce & Gabbana
It goes without saying that Giorgio Armani’s Fall 2012 men’s collection would include impeccably tailored suits, but this season, bolder prints, velvet, patch pockets, and loosely draped pants added a new (though not always in a positive way) dimension to classic closet staples.