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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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    Daks Menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    What happens when Sherlock Holmes meet menswear ? The Daks Spring/Summer 2014 collection. Within the eerie context of an abandoned church, Daks opened its show in a very dramatic way as four violin players started to play the famous Toccata of Jean Sebastien Bach, throwing the people in attendance in a gloomy mood that was […] More

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    Missoni Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    Missoni took us on a trip through the jungle for its last runway show. If the runway setting was any indication of the inclination this season would have (bamboo floor), then the least that could be said about the Missoni Uomo Spring/Summer 2014 collection was exotic without falling into the extremes of kitsch. Knits are […] More

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    Fendi Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    Welcoming us in a construction work meets Sahara setting, the Fendi Uomo show was unsettling. Fendi is known for the eccentricity of its runway show and their length too. And if we take into account these criteria, the spring/summer menswear show couldn’t disappoint. It is a very bold move to chose to have all the […] More

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    Neil Barrett Menswear Spring/Summer 2014

    Neil Barrett, undisputed king of fabric mixing and tailoring was presenting his men collection earlier. Inspired by minimalism, it was also the continuation of his Fall/Winter collection which inspiration was the Bauhaus movement. Black, white, light grey and red are the only colors the designer chose to use for his collection. It was indeed minimalist […] More

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    CoSTUME NATIONAL Homme Spring/Summer 2014

    Always defining new trends but never following them, Ennio Capasa from CoSTUME NATIONAL could be considered as an avant garde designer. Even though he chose to have his Spring Summer 2014 runway show open on white pristine looks, things got dark very quickly and we couldn’t help but think of his last Fall/Winter 2013/2014 collection […] More

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    Ermenegildo Zegna Spring/Summer 2014

    Today marked the return of the incredibly talented Stefano Pilati (ex-creative director for YSL) to the world of fashion. As it was quite an event, this Ermenegildo Zegna show gave off a very special vibe, a mix of expectations, curiosity and overall excitement. And let’s say that M. Pilati didn’t fail to impress us this […] More

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    Corneliani Uomo Spring/Summer 2014

    Corneliani is a fashion house established in Italy and recognized worlwide for the quality of its menswear. It is also the first show to open Milan menswear fashion week and as such always brings out a lot of attention. Its creative director, Sergio Corneliani creates clothes with a very strong importance to details as they […] More