Milan Menswear SS15: Day 1 Favorites

Milan Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 Collections started on Saturday! I’ll be reviewing my favorite collections for each day in Milan.

Neil Barrett
One of the collections that I really enjoyed was Neil Barrett’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. It was modern, clean and simple. These are the qualities that I love in some types of clothing. Neil Barrett wanted to challenge himself with this collection by “Taking an idea and developing it in a tight palette”. Barrett definitely succeeded in doing this. Throughout the collection, he explored different ways on how to make each piece in the collection fresh and new.





John Varvatos
The Spring/Summer 2015 Collection that John Varvatos came up with was very interesting. All of the pieces had slim cuts, and I got a vibe that it looked like it was influenced by late 19th century mens fashion, a little bit of the 1970s mixed into it, with an added rocker vibe to it. I really liked the usage of using layers for light fabrics, and also the use of different textured fabric in the collection. This collection may not be for everyone, but for me it’s a great one!




Versace
Of course we cannot forget about Versace. When anybody says anything about Italian fashion, they immediately think of the very sexy Versace. And this collection is no different from the other Versace collections. For the Spring/Summer 2015 season Donatella Versace was influenced Cuban culture, as she has visited Cuba many times in the past. Bright colors dominated the collection, as well as cut-out shirts and pants, graphic jackets, and skimpy swimwear. The collection seemed very easy going and fresh, just like Cuban nights. Of course if I ever wanted to wear anything from Versace, I would have to workout a lot more. But if I were to have the body the models had, you bet that I would wear some Versace pieces.




What did everyone else think of Milan Menswear so far? What were your favorites? Let me know in the comments below! Laters y’all!

-R.N.

All photos belong to Style.com and the designers mentioned

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