• Miaoran Men's and Women's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Designer Miao Ran envisioned a small town populated with male and female characters sharing the same wardrobe of organza flared pants with a Seventies vibe and apron-style pinstriped culottes paired with cocoon peacoats embellished with neon-hued faux fur collars.
    WWD Critique: The coed collection had a poetic subtext and pushed the norms of gender to convey a post-modern look.
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  • Woolrich Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Along with high-end water resistant puffers, anoraks and down jackets in neutral colors and in the brand's signature buffalo checks, the collection highlighted parka styles via dedicated capsules hinged on the Eco, Tech and Luxe themes, with the latter standing out for the use of waterproof wool tweed by Loro Piana.
    WWD Critique: Once again, Woolrich delivered its urban take on sportswear with new twists and perpetuated its fabric experimentation mission.
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  • Magliano Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Luca Magliano offered his take on the sartorial tradition with a collection filled with Nineties-style suits, which were turned inside out and peppered with intentionally unfinished touches.
    WWD Critique: The collection felt experimental but a bit costume party. It's refreshing, though, for Milan Fashion Week to have such a raw independent voice.
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  • Fabio Quaranta Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    A nostalgic at heart, for his 10th anniversary in fashion Fabio Quaranta deployed clothes from decades past, some of which were recycled, offering a charming take on men's wear tropes in which checks, Prince of Wales, pinstripes and chevron patterns appeared on relaxed suits and workwear-inspired gear.
    WWD Critique: Rather than looking nostalgic, the collection had a subtle arty undertone placing it in tune with today's conversation about masculinity.
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  • Fay Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    For the second iteration of the Fay Archive project, the brand referenced a naval theme with admiral coats and utilitarian jackets rendered in military green and popping orange with contrasting shearling and corduroy collars and the label's signature metal hooks.
    WWD Critique: The project continues to prove that Fay's archival pieces resonate with the modern consumers' need for functional styles.
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  • Corneliani Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Corneliani continued its mission to deliver wardrobe staples in luxury fabrics but with high-tech solutions, as in a long-haired shearling jacket, jacquard merino wool and cashmere cable-knit sweaters and cotton or camel jerseys that conveyed a relaxed yet elegant look.
    WWD Critique: Staying consistent to its artisanal roots, the brand is evolving its style with a more modern approach, as it must to stay relevant.
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  • Fendi Men's Fall 2020

    11 days ago - By WWD

    Many Milanese designers have been going back to basics for fall, pulling out wardrobe workhorses such as classic wool suiting, shearling, tailored topcoats, and quilted jackets. As the industry emerges from an era dominated by streetwear, these designers are looking for a new way forward, re-working those old favorites, trying to give them street cred.
    Silvia Venturini Fendi did just that, with a “new normal” collection that looked to offer a fresh take on classic tailoring, house codes, and accessories. She thought it would be a good idea “to stop a second” and re-think the basics - gray...
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