Milan Fashion Week A/W 2018 menswear editor’s picks

Milan Fashion Week A/W 2018 menswear editor’s picks

MissoniAngela Missoni presented the brands AW 2018 collection in an installation created by Italian artist Loredana Longo. Antique Persian carpets lay on the floor with political statements burnt into there dense piles – 'Now is time to turn the page' read one, 'Now is the time to act' read another. Missoni cited the New York art scene of the 70s as the inspiration behind the collection – striped unstructured blazers, grandfather style cardigans and chunky jumpers came in a cacophony of clever colour combinations. Texture was also key with different knit techniques often being layered over each other for tactile effect.
 

Missoni

Santoni: For the second season in a row, the luxury shoemakers Santoni treated guests to Sunday morning aperitivo! Street-cast gents were dotted around the historic El Tombon De San Marc bar sipping coffee, reading newspapers and playing cards, sporting the finest selection of handmade shoes and accessories. The performance was conceived by Angelo Flaccavento and Antonio Pippolini to complement the brand’s new illustrated campaign, which muses on the peacocking gentlemen who descend on the city during fashion week. 

Santoni

Rossignol x Wallpaper*: skiwear brand Rossignol teamed up with Wallpaper* on a capsule collection of functional separates made for the mountains as well as city life. Reversible puffer jackets in high performance fabrics were emblazoned with the Wallpaper* asterisk appearing like falling snowflakes. A sweatshirt boldly blended both brands logos in a hybrid insignia on its front, this also appeared on a pair of skies and beanie. Photography: Mirko Cecchi

Rossignol​ x Wallpaper*

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