As Milan Fashion Week came to a close, and handed the relay on to the Paris shows, Schön! headed to DSquared², to the Marc Jacobs presentation and concluded with a stop at Gucci. Whilst the third day of Milano Moda Uomo focused on tailoring and formal wear, on the last day we ventured into urban wear.
Great things were expected of the DSquared² collection, and when a straight-jacketed model was carried down the runway to the “Caten Penitentiary” at the top of the runway, the audience knew that a show was about to be put on. With bold orange pieces, smart prison-related puns and the twin’s signature distressed denim, Dean and Dan proved that DSquared² was as young and out-there as ever.
At Gucci, a delicate palette of pastels, ranging from lavender to burgundy, was seen. This was a particularly tight, strong collection from Gucci, with a parred-down aesthetic. As per usual, with fitted shirts and trousers, silhouettes were slim and clean-cut. As the collection moved into the black section, a stunning array of leather garments acted as a reminder of the house’s excellence in the field of leather-ware.
The Marc Jacobs menswear collection was a delight to the eye and a joy to touch. With a range of velvet suits, brushed wool and fur scarves, Autumn-Winter promises to venture into a textured world of refined menswear. The camel suits and coats caught the keen eye of Schön! and we are sure they will lead the way into next season.
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