MILAN MENSWEAR A/W’2015-2016 : DAY 5

Its time to wave goodbye to some of biggest Italian fashion houses that  stuck to their Italian roots and showcased some of their best Autumn/Winter collections yet! From fur fantasies to classic cuts, its time to immerse in the collections showcased on the final day of Milan Menswear A/W’16:


Giorgio Armani: The Italian label famous for men’s tailoring set the standards high for other designers in terms of cut and finesses. Set in a neutral color scheme of black, grey, navy and tan that complimented the wintry luxurious fabrics like shearling, velvet, leather. The collection displayed featured classic suits, classic leather jackets and an assortment of long and short coats. They were well accessorized with shearling stoles. The designer also featured an array of pants in a variety of fabrics like corduroy, wool and fits like straight fit and loose.

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Roberto Cavalli: The acclaimed designer went for a neutral black, white and white color palate this menswear collection. He took luxury to higher grounds with men draped in luxe fur coats. Men walked down the ramp in skinny and regular fit pants. Sticking to the traditional winter silhouettes with ponchos, fur coats and an assortment of long and short jackets with a flavor of Cavalli imbibed in the garments.

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Christian Pellizzari: The collection was mainly neutral with a colour palate set in shades of black, blue, grey, white and navy blue. Men walked down in a range of wintry fabrics like silk, leather, wool in a range of regular, fitting and loose pants. The collection had a quirky vibe with patchwork, stripes, geometric prints and floral prints.

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The five day extravaganza to MFW A/W’2016 went by quite quickly. Day 5 was short and sweet as seven designers featured their menswear collections! From Roberto Cavalli’s fur seduction to Armani’s luxe assortment of winter fabrics. Its hard to believe that the Italian fashion fantasy finally came to an end

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