Ermenegildo Zegna shows at Falck, a former steel mill in Sesto San Giovanni, bringing on the catwalk a collection where recycling is the key element; garments, in fact, are made from the reuse of natural and synthetic raw materials.
Subtlety, lightness of spirit, a dialogue between the world of sport and classics, these are the characteristics of the Emporio Armani collection, whose warm, dense tones, made bright by shiny and glossy surfaces, stand on the border between the everyday life and dream. For a decidedly visionary man.
Marni creates a revolutionary collection that mixes very different personalities, such as Truman Capote and Ernesto Guevara. According to Francesco Risso, the brand’s creative director, the camouflage print gets rid of any martial connotations, and is mitigated and softened by exquisitely naive prints.
Neil Barrett man is rebellious, sporty, casual, but at the same time traditional and sophisticated. The collection features iconic pieces of the men’s wardrobe such as trench coats, bomber jackets and tailored jackets, reworked in an urban key. A fresh and current mix, also emphasized by the patchwork technique, with which modules of different fabrics are mixed.
Marcelo Burlon brings his love for the 90s way of clubbing together with the spirituality of his homeland, Patagonia, creating a techno-folk collection with references to the world of cycling.
Etro collection is a symbolic journey through the Star Wars galaxies before reaching the Earth. The characters of George Lucas saga make their way onto T-shirts, sweatshirts, bomber jackets and shirts, mixing with amulets and embroidery, in a magical blend made especially for millennials.
Alessandro Ragazzi for Palm Angels brings to the runaway a happy mix of vintage and street garments, college uniforms and safari looks that celebrate nature.
DSquared2 explores China with a tribute to Bruce Lee. On the catwalk, garments with oriental patterns: maxi floral and tiger prints, reminiscent of Kung Fu parties, invade jackets and boxing shorts and are worn with preciously embroidered boxing robes.
Danilo Paura creates a super refined and contemporary wardrobe, with bright looks in pastel tones and prints inspired by the ancient batik technique.
The sands of the desert inspire Santoni, who proposes a retro and natural footwear collection, through artistic shading and hand-painted details.
The Fendi Spring-Summer 2020 collection is a real invitation to reconcile with nature. Bucolic colonial-style looks invade the catwalk: overcoats and jackets mimic the texture of the leaves, multi-pocket gardener trousers are paired with braided knits.The palette ranges from sage green to desert taupe, touching every nuance of the spectrum so elegantly that the garments almost seem to blend with the surrounding nature of the gardens of Villa Reale.
Giorgio Armani proposes outfits for a brave, sexy and elegant man. Precious denim, iridescent fabrics, geometric or jacquard patterns that are born from oversized designs, these are the elements that characterise the collection. Shades range from blue to brown, which becomes the main season’s colour.