Turkish-born Umit Benan is quickly shaping up to become one of Milan's most intriguing menswear makers. Using his preferred live model-tableau, Benan took on the world of banking. 'I was getting bored with all of this talk about bankers', the designer said during his presentation in the bar at the Carlton Hotel Baglioni. 'And it got me thinking, why does everyone who works in a bank look the same? They are all so clean and white. There are no bearded men or midgets'. The thought led the designer to create a series of 21st century characters that he himself would like to be greeted by the next time he takes a stroll through the New York Stock Exchange area. Included in the perfectly cast well-dressed mix was the eager intern, the skirted drug dealer, the Rastafarian African guy, the day-off guy and a man he dubbed the Charlie Sheen character who combined a garment of oversized volume with a 1980s leather jacket.