Bottega Veneta, Ermenegildo Zegna, and Angelo Galasso re-interpreted classic and timeless looks in their Milan Men’s Fashion Week presentations.
Sharp silhouettes, deep rich color, and subtle textures defined Bottega Veneta’s presentation, which remembered an era of hand tailored suits without compromising modern trappings.
The Ermenegildo Zegna collection, which marked the debut of newly recruited head designer, (formely of YSL) Stefano Pilati, was filled with classic two-piece suits in crisp black and slate grays. Sleek leather jackets and imposing wool cut a flattering figure of a modern man.
Angelo Galasso aimed to create a timeless collection for the contemporary man. Using the finest Italian materials, the brand showcased luxe knitwear and sharp suits along with a creative re-imagining of the Prince of Wales pattern.