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Published on : Jun 24, 2015

In the Milan Fashion Week, which concluded on Tuesday this week, women’s dressing for men was the highlight of the event.

Gucci went extreme displaying lace shorts, floral suits, and satiny bow tops all for men. But, however none could be called unisex in the right way, or as the way the term is used for gender neutrality. 

The outfits designed had a feminine aspect, which was even more emphasized by female models who walked the ramp adorning the same versions. And also on the runway for men which was less committed towards strategy, it had feminine touches such as colors, cuts, and fabrics.

Also, emphasis were also laid on utilitarian looks, which included safari coats, shorts that had big pockets, safari coats, trousers, and flip flops.  

Some of the highlights available from the last day of the shows in Milan for men’s preview for upcoming spring and summer, which featured Armani, Stella Jean, Ermanno Scervino, and Dsqaured2.

Armani flaunts style with the way he kicks back his style, which portrays as confidence as the stylist himself. He is completing 40 years of having place in fashion business this year with not much to prove.

The warm weather style of the brand for 2016 says lightness and comfort, from light fabrics to roomy, comfortable cuts that are an easy way of dressing. What Armani needs is an off-skew vest is the only shirt that an Armani man would need to be worn under the jacket.

The colors that were used were Mediterranean blues, which had shades of gray and nude. The trouser defined statement. Pants that were roomy were in three lengths, cropped at id calf, ankle, and pedal pushers, which could be worn while ready to hop on the bike.

The show was punctuated by women’s looks, which included pair of shorts which were shorts lookalike teamed with camisole top, the complete outfit in deep blue.