Milan Menswear SS15: Day 4 Favorites

The last day of Milan had finally arrived! And it sure did go out with a bang! From updated classics to loud colors and patterns, this last day had something for everyone!

Giorgio Armani
As Armani’s 80th birthday arrives next month, he wanted to create a collection that reflected his years at Armani, and titled the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection “Armani Echoes”. He updated the style of his past collections with new styles of shirts, sweaters, and pants, as well as using prints such as gingham, checks, and polka dots. Armani stated, “Today I presented what clients have been asking us for: soft jackets for men that highlight their bodies and dress themselves with personality”.




Dsquared2
Dean and Dan Caten traveled back in time to the 1980s for their collection inspiration. Throughout their collection, they were inspired by the artists that dominated the 80s Art Pop scene such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Jasper Johns. The runway was filled with colorful patterns and beefcakes (a Dsquared2 favorite).




Roberto Cavalli
We’ve been traveling all over the place these past few days! From world-travelers to time-travelers we’ve done it all. Our last stop on this time-travel journey is at Roberto Cavalli. Cavalli was inspired by 1980s, à la Miami Vice. The collection has that Cavalli spin with the use of graphic floral prints and snake-skin designs. So if you’re ever feeling a little out there on a Friday night, wearing this collection would be the way to go!




Well, it sure has been a whirlwind of fashions in Milan! Our last stop of the Menswear Spring/Summer 2015 Collections will be in Paris, the city of love and Parisian style! Until then!

-R.N.

All photos belong to Style.com and the designers mentioned

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