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Milan Men's Fashion Week: Giorgio Armani, DSquared2, Ermanno Scervino

On the final day of Milan Men’s Fashion Week, Giorgio Armani smartened up the pack with sharp suiting while DSquared2 and Ermanno Scervino continued the dockside vibe.

In contrast to the relaxed styling seen on many of the Milan catwalks this season, Giorgio Armani retained a strong focus on suiting. The label offered up a tailored city wardrobe of lightweight pieces offset with some biker styling of the chicest Italian variety. Double breasted linen jackets were worn with belted pleat-front trousers, while slim cut biker-style jackets were toned down with cotton panels. Tight waistcoats were layered over fine knitwear.

DSquared2 took a casual stance to spring 11 with a denim-heavy collection. Slim, deep-dyed jeans were worn belted with open-necked silk shirts or double-breasted jackets. A preppy look filtered into the collection through belted cotton shorts and polo shirts layered with tight jersey tops and long-line lightweight jackets. Blocks of bright yellow, blue and salmon pink lifted the collection.

Ermanno Scervino gave its men a tailored dockside look with short suits and Breton striped separates. Jackets were often long and loose and many had satin lapels to add an evening look. Heavy cotton double-breasted jackets were teamed with slim light cotton trousers and layered over light knitwear in khaki and white.




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