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RECAP: Milan Men’s Fashion Week

Submitted by on January 21, 2010 – 7:17 pmOne Comment
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A weak economy, along with optimism for the future, were evident in collections shown during the Milan men’s fashion week.

Futuristic Matrix-esque looks were combined with historical war inspired apparel, and then of course there are designers like Dsquared (see main image) who went for shock value.

Even with the often super tight fits, it’s clear that the “manly man” is in the house for fall 2010.

Peep some highlights from heavy hitters like Prada, Versace, Bottega Veneta and more:

Prada’s collection drew inspiration from the Brady Bunch

Bottega Veneta opted for a relaxed and sporty masculine style

Gucci showed an equestrian-inspired collection

Salvatore Ferragamo apparently took some cues from South American cowboys

Dolce & Gabana drew inspiration from war, the mafia, and Dolce’s native town, “Baaria”

Moncler Gamme Bleu

Versace displayed gothic, futuristic runway looks

The Canadian twins of Dsquared, Dan and Dean Caten, put on “The Hockey Horror Dsquared Show”

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