Milan menswear: highlights from Cavalli, Giorgio Armani and more

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No. 21 

The second menswear collection from Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s No. 21 label featured relaxed, layered sportswear and casual suiting, with long tees, florals, and surfer prints. Footwear options included slip-on patent loafers and check sandals. 


Dean and Dan Caten injected some color into what has been an understated series of shows in Milan. Pop Art pieces referenced styles from the 1960s to the 80s with cats and neon camo as the standout motifs. The Canadian twins referenced boxy sportswear, paired with baseball sneakers and bright sandals. 

Giorgio Armani 

Armani returned to the runway with a laidback collection of baggy casual tailoring and smarter double-breasted coats and blazers. Thick stripes and numerous twists on a tight microcheck pattern were the main visual tricks while woven loafers and retro sunglasses caught the eye.  

Roberto Cavalli

Opening with trademark python prints, this latest Spring-Summer 2015 collection stayed close to the house codes. Cavalli served up silk cummerbunds and shirts split to the waist, jungle florals, futurist panthers, and colorful leathers (some with a quilted crocodile effect). 

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