Milan Fashion Week: the classic put on the front of the stage

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For the new Fall-Winter 2023-2024 Season, Milan opens the ball of fashion weeks, before Paris. Men’s fashion is in the spotlight of these first shows of the year and Italian designers are not lacking resources to reveal the next trends. Discover without further delay the new Prada, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana

 

Gucci without Alessandro Michele, what does it look like?

 

Gucci opened Milan Fashion Week with an all-male collection. This is the first time in three years that the House, which was previously adept at mixed shows, devoted a show only to men.

 

Since the departure of its former artistic director, Alessandro Michele, last November, it was the first collection, designed by the studio and craftsmen of the Italian label, which was presented to the public. The models paraded to the rhythm of a mini concert of the group Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog. This collection, as simple as elegant, was inspired by the basics, while redefining the codes of masculinity. The suit, with its broad shoulders, becomes is modular. It is now possible to transform it into a sleeveless jacket and shorts, thanks to detachable elements. The darts pants are diverted into denim, covered with the double G logo. Skirts are assigned to the men’s wardrobe, while T-shirts and tank tops are suggestive, with shapes that show the upper body.

 

Revisiting classics from the past, the rest of the collection is as inspiring as it is inspired. There are cargos, motorcycle pants, denim but also sequins, pastel colors and gaiters. The sportswear that appeared on the catwalk was reminiscent of the Gucci archives from the 80s, while the bright colors seen on suit jackets were reminiscent of the 90s.

 

A reboot in great style for the brand that has relied on the genius Michele for five years.

 

Prada through the eyes of Raf Simons

 

What better place to showcase the brand’s new collection than at the Prada Foundation? Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, who have been working together since 2020, presented the latest collection on the third day of Italian Fashion Week. The duo designed a wardrobe that is simple, elegant but also modern and fashionable. Simple but well thought out, some details caught the attention of the editors.

 

Between light and dark colors, the fashion duo created for all tastes. Suits with wide jackets and perfectly cut pinch pants are accompanied by pie shell collars, or XXL collars. The star of the show? The cardigan, which replaces the shirt and becomes the essential piece of the male wardrobe at Prada. Oversize also reigned supreme. The lengths were found on all the coats as duffle coats or bombers, which had the appearance of a pillow, a small nod to the invitation to the show that was none other than a cushion signed Prada.

 

And finally, the last detail and not the least. We strongly find the paw of Raf Simons in this fashion show with all its bold colors. From the ⅞ bright red and green suit pants to pink and lilac cardigans, as well as fluorescent details and prints on coats, all the colors of the rainbow are gathered.

 

 

Dolce & Gabanna is adorned (once again) in black with a touch of elegance.

 

The masculine duo par excellence has unveiled a new men’s collection, all in black, which they believe is a symbol of elegance and seduction. Usually oscillating between bright colors and raven black, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have thus rediscovered their favorite color. “We wanted to go back to the DNA, to the essence of our brand because right now we have our eyes so full of images that we said to ourselves “let’s do what we are by taking everything away”” explained the Italian duo in a statement. The collection is like a “back to basics” with a more linear silhouette and focus on artisanal luxury, the famous Italian handmade (fatto a mano in Italian).

 

As men’s and women’s wardrobes are now one on the catwalks, the designers chose to present corsets, to better emphasize the male waist and bring a little glamorous touch, to the black and hard wardrobe. In the same vein mix of genres, we could also see organza tops, illuminated with embroidered crystals as well as lace shirts and XXS tops.  For their part, the double-waisted pants have been brought up to date, as well as ties and long and slim-fitting coats.

 

 

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For the new Fall-Winter 2023-2024 Season, Milan opens the ball of fashion weeks, before Paris. Men’s fashion is in the spotlight of these first shows of the year and Italian designers are not lacking resources to reveal the next trends. Discover without further delay the new Prada, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.

 

Gucci without Alessandro Michele, what does it look like?

 

Gucci opened Milan Fashion Week with an all-male collection. This is the first time in three years that the House, which was previously adept at mixed shows, devoted a show only to men.

 

Since the departure of its former artistic director, Alessandro Michele, last November, it was the first collection, designed by the studio and craftsmen of the Italian label, which was presented to the public. The models paraded to the rhythm of a mini concert of the group Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog. This collection, as simple as elegant, was inspired by the basics, while redefining the codes of masculinity. The suit, with its broad shoulders, becomes is modular. It is now possible to transform it into a sleeveless jacket and shorts, thanks to detachable elements. The darts pants are diverted into denim, covered with the double G logo. Skirts are assigned to the men’s wardrobe, while T-shirts and tank tops are suggestive, with shapes that show the upper body.

 

Revisiting classics from the past, the rest of the collection is as inspiring as it is inspired. There are cargos, motorcycle pants, denim but also sequins, pastel colors and gaiters. The sportswear that appeared on the catwalk was reminiscent of the Gucci archives from the 80s, while the bright colors seen on suit jackets were reminiscent of the 90s.

 

A reboot in great style for the brand that has relied on the genius Michele for five years.

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Gucci without Alessandro Michele, what does it look like?

 

Gucci opened Milan Fashion Week with an all-male collection. This is the first time in three years that the House, which was previously adept at mixed shows, devoted a show only to men.

 

Since the departure of its former artistic director, Alessandro Michele, last November, it was the first collection, designed by the studio and craftsmen of the Italian label, which was presented to the public. The models paraded to the rhythm of a mini concert of the group Marc Ribot’s Ceramic Dog. This collection, as simple as elegant, was inspired by the basics, while redefining the codes of masculinity. The suit, with its broad shoulders, becomes is modular. It is now possible to transform it into a sleeveless jacket and shorts, thanks to detachable elements. The darts pants are diverted into denim, covered with the double G logo. Skirts are assigned to the men’s wardrobe, while T-shirts and tank tops are suggestive, with shapes that show the upper body.

 

Revisiting classics from the past, the rest of the collection is as inspiring as it is inspired. There are cargos, motorcycle pants, denim but also sequins, pastel colors and gaiters. The sportswear that appeared on the catwalk was reminiscent of the Gucci archives from the 80s, while the bright colors seen on suit jackets were reminiscent of the 90s.

 

A reboot in great style for the brand that has relied on the genius Michele for five years.

 

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