Milan Fashion WeekA fierce outerwear game

A selection of the best looks from the Milan menswear collections. Let’s start with Ports1961 by Milan Vukmirovic, totally influenced by the 90’s and the energy of the London music scene; sportswear and urban workwear are now mixed and the minimalism is a statement in the whole collection; Moschino lives in a new era, in an indeterminate future between the classic paintings and the galaxy; london designer Judy Blame collaborates with Jeremy Scott on accessories getting into the cyber military feels. Salvatore Ferragamo confirmes its finest codes and traditions and the collection is a result of the modern man expressing his urban attitude. Bravo Guillaume Meilland! The cultural attitude of the N21 collection finds expression through clothes that become signs of change: freedom – protest – association – inclusion. Ermenegildo Zegna combines the contemporary tailoring to the technical sportswear: soft colour are a statement in the collection in between white, grey, camel and blue. Sartorial and structured lines but mixed with everyday wear for the first show of Alessandro Sartori. Marni plays with the colours and the prints, leitmotiv of the Brand continuing the long relationship with the past. Francesco Risso overseen in fact for the first time the collection maintaining the vibe.