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Milano Moda Uomo shows nearly 48 A/W 2015-16 collections
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Jan '15
The just concluded Milanese menswear-centric showcase Milano Moda Uomo featured more than 48 Autumn/Winter 2015- 2016 collections and 40 fashion shows from some of the most prominent names in the industry.

Italian luxury fashion house Prada displayed a 30-piece range created in clean lines. The ensembles were made using nylon, wool and tissue materials. Fashion brand Salvatore Ferragamo featured a mixed collection of subdued outerwear like leather shearling jackets and long scarves replete with different textures, solid colours and plaids.

Gucci’s menswear division head, Michele Alexander, highlighted brightly coloured translucent pants and shirts, adorned with fur inserts and lace decorations. Giorgio Armani paraded models in a range of high-waisted trousers with narrow ankles in varying shades of green.

Designer Philipp Plein’s runway presentation featured crocodile leather jackets and camouflage patterned oversized scarves. Designer duo Dolce and Gabbana spread the message of love and family through their sweaters and sweatshirts at the five-day-long event. (PB)

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