The Spring 2013 Men's shows have kicked-off in Milan. Here's a look at the latest.
Burberry Prorsum: While there were classically tailored sharp suits and chic sporty bombers, it was the rainbow of metallic silk separates which Christopher Bailey sent out on the runway that made the most lasting impression — whether or not they will actually end up in stores, that's another story.
Jil Sander: It was back to signature Jil Sander minimalism now that the designer herself is back at the helm of her eponymous label. In perhaps the most hotly anticipated men's show this season given the recent departure of Raf Simons. The designer showed a relatively sporty, clean-lined collection with standouts including cropped-at-the-ankle cuffed trousers and fitted jackets.
Dolce & Gabbana: Prints and stripes made there way out in droves at Dolce & Gabbana making for a fun mix of sporty, laid-back separates. That said, a few of the silhouettes could have benefited from slightly snugger fits.
Ermenegildo Zegna: It's hard to go wrong with Zegna and this season, Anna Zegna didn't disappoint with sharp suits, slim trousers, and button v-neck fitted sweaters. Even the more daring prints worked because of their spot-on tailoring.