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Milan Men’s Fashion 2018

N.21. Cuban aperitif, cocktails and sunsets

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“I imagined a Cuba made of sunsets, colors, cocktails and palm trees. A simple and relaxed condition that could bring the male body back to a natural condition using the classic elements of a wardrobe made current by the contamination of different elements that overlap. So says Alessandro Dell’Acqua, creative director and founder of N21, presenting the men’s collection for summer 2019.


Prada. Parade in Cartesian space

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Prada’s spring-summer 2019 fashion show stages a return to essentiality, with a sophisticated layout that puts fashion at the centre of the limelight and questions the recent practice that sees the sets of the fashion shows as a sort of explanatory attempt to contextualize the collections. The space in Via Fogazzaro in Milan is counterbalanced by the Cartesian precision of the set, which amplifies its industrial elegance.


Missoni. Paris -Dakar on the Catwalk

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In the Missoni collection dedicated to the spring summer of 2019, irregular vertical stripes and chevron graphic motifs reminiscent of tyre tracks are combined with ethnic prints. As in a Paris-Dakar design, the Jacquard designs are inspired by the techniques and craft tradition of West Africa and include two-tone flag motifs, dégrade hold stitches and fringe embroidered checks. The season’s colour palette ranges from green fields to golden deserts. Like a Paris-Dakar.


Daks is inspired by the 70’s

A collection full of bright colors that accompanies in a spring and summer atmosphere. From lemon yellow to forest green, from orange to pink, passing through points of light blue and water green, with the inevitable black and white. Daks, which celebrates 125 years of history, celebrates drawing inspiration from the Seventies, including coordinates and vivid fantasies.


Baroque & beauty in the Dolce & Gabbana fashion shows

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Monica Bellucci returns to the catwalks for Dolce & Gabbana after 26 years, and opens the fashion show of this edition of Milano Moda Uomo 2018. The two Italian designers once again amaze the public with their sets and proposals, as well as for the most beautiful top models in the world. After Bellucci, two tops linked to the fashion house and part of the history of fashion make their appearance on the catwalk: Marpessa and Naomi Campbell, both dressed in men’s trousers suits.

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