From Mi­lan run­ways: Bold, colour­ful prints rule men’s fash­ion

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle -

Mi­lan took over the au­tumn/win­ter 2017 men’s ready-to-wear shows over the week­end, and the city didn’t dis­ap­point. The cat­walks were alive with col­or­ful prints that set a bold tone for the sea­son. Amer­i­can de­signer Jeremy Scott’s col­lec­tion for Moschino was a riot of bold colour — swirling flo­rals and bold car­toon mo­tifs, all teamed with overex­ag­ger­ated sil­hou­ettes for max­i­mum im­pact. At Marni, Francesco Risso threw to­gether tex­tures and pat­terns, in­cor­po­rat­ing ev­ery­thing from py­jama-style suits to polka-dot pants, im­mers­ing the col­lec­tion with the house’s sig­na­ture play­ful vibe. The theme con­tin­ued over at Mis­soni, where elec­tric prints ran like cur­rents through the pieces, with ze­bra stripes, tie-dye pat­terns and geo­met­ric checks all com­pet­ing for at­ten­tion. Em­po­rio Ar­mani struck a laid-back yet dy­namic tone with a col­lec­tion in­vig­o­rated with quirky jolts of colour smart tai­lor­ing. While, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo kept things clas­sic — lay­er­ing sharp tai­lor­ing and chunky out­er­wear for a mas­cu­line win­ter style. Mon­cler Gamme Bleu also stuck to its de­sign codes of chunky out­er­wear dec­o­rated with a pa­tri­otic red white and blue stripe.

A darker, more artis­tic look also crept onto the run­way, with Ver­sace opt­ing for a slightly sin­is­ter streetwear vibe that fea­tured plenty of patent leather out­er­wear, sharp suits and pulled-up hoods. Prada was another house to of­fer a poetic twist on the sea­son’s pieces, blending soft knitwear bear­ing ab­stract prints with grungier leather pieces.

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