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Style-studded runways impress at Milan Men's Fashion Week
Jan '14
Once again, the first three days of ongoing Italian menswear celebration Milan Men’s Fashion Week did not fail to impress the audience with its style-studded runway shows and celebrity-filled venues.
Famed Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana presented its interpretations of male winterwear for the next season. Drawing inspiration from their eternal muse, the post-Norman Conquest medieval courts of Sicily, the designer duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana created a line with thick warm woollen fabrics and yarns.
Based on a deep dark royal colour palette, the line featured robust tops with images of kings, slim-fitting trousers, heavy sheepskin coats, bejewelled gloves and embroidered knitted wool caps.
Rugged denim wearing cowboys were the theme behind Italian label Versace’s fall 2014 menswear collection, which showcased sharply-tailored tight-fit suits decorated with rhinestone-made horseshoes and cactus plants. The range also included red leather chaps stylishly teamed with jeans and bandanna-print innerwear.
Apparel brand Jil Sander, founded by the minimalist German fashion designer Heidemarie Jiline Jil Sander, stuck to its signature aesthetics, replete with skilled deftness and luxurious fabrics. The newly appointed design team of the label showcased a clean line with moody hues. 
The collection offered bubble-textured thick overcoats and jackets, high-waist trousers and shimmering fluid metallic fabric made pants. 
The Weimar period of historical 1919 to 1933 Germany as well as the early Eighties of Europe played inspiration behind Italian powerhouse Prada’s latest catwalk creations. Based on shades of powder blue, violet and cinnamon, the range showcased breezy shawl-collared lightweight topcoats, roomy trousers and silk scarves.

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