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    Bottega Veneta Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    I don’t think it is possible to make a menswear line more craved than what Bottega Veneta delivered this season. With subtlety and attention to details, the iconic Italian fashion house captured the essence of elegance of a man’s wardrobe with a dose of originality and beauty which makes it one of the favorite collection […] More

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    Jil Sander Menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    For her second collection after her return to the house carrying her name, Jil Sander‘s take on menswear for the Spring/Summer season was very much anticipated (to say the least). With minimalism at its core (a staple of Jil Sander creations), this collection is a clean-cut interpretation of modernity and current trends. White ensembles open […] More

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    Moncler Gamme Bleu Men Spring/Summer 2014

    Moncler is known for its incredible show settings. Having Thom Browne as a creative director for its “Gamme Bleu” everyone was expecting an over-the-top show and was surely not disappointed as the designer took us into his fantastic universe where fashion meets a dream. Imagine a breezy afternoon in the late 1800s and a game […] More

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    Gucci Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    The iconic house of Gucci presented its menswear collection during Milan fashion week..and what a collection! With a show opened by the runway king Adrien Sahores (who shared the stage with ever charming Clément Chabernaud, Gucci exclusive Baptiste Radufe, rising star Ben Allen…) and a very romantic take on the spring summer season, it is […] More

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    Prada Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    The setting at Prada offered a good amount of color blocking and shadows which is exactly what was to be expected from the Spring/Summer menswear collection of Miuccia Prada. Prints galore and rubber shoes were the core of the Prada uniform for men (the Resort 2014 collection was also presented at the same time). Floral […] More

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    ZZegna Spring/Summer 2014

    The second line of the Italian fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna deserves as much attention as its mother. With Paul Surridge as a creative director, the clothes happen to be very poetical and that is what we like with the ZZegna spirit. Inspired by the simplicity and quietness of Japanese gardens, the Spring/Summer collection is demure […] More

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