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Milan Fashion Week Men’s SS18

Milan Fashion Week Men’s SS18

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It took some time to get it up here, but here’s finally my recap of Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 18 and a bit wiser from the hectic schedule I only chose 14 shows to recap, despite the fact that there are some shows that for sure would have been worthy of a feature now that I think of it and all in all I attended 20 shows. Less than London, but still hectic for the 4 days I was here. As always they are in alphabetical order, as not to favor anyone in particular, but you’ll probably figure out which ones I liked more than others anyway along the way.

Christian Pellizzari is an Italian designer who time from time needs to find himself (don’t we all?) and does that by going back to his roots and Venice in particular. I remember going to Venice as a child and actually can see patterns of Piazza San Marco’s pavement on the shorts and jackets as well as the silver stars inspired by the mosaics on the facade of the Basilica. Pellizzari is one out of many who went for the denim-on-denim look for SS18 and this one is coming in strong. True to his Venetian origins this was a flare of fresh air in the not so coastal city of Milan.

 

DAKS put on a really fun show that at first made me think of Great Gatsby as all the models came out with a huge grin on their face and obviously had fun while wearing what you see here. Taking a closer look at the press release I was at least right regarding the decade as the collection wants to bring us back to the British Social season and The Henley Royal Regatta in particular where ambitious young gentlemen sport sophisticated jackets with colored trims, apliqués or jacquard weaved coats of arms. The collection screams of youth and charm from the eyes of those who worry not of the future, but who are sailing the waters of the present. To me it’s as much an homage to the past as it is to the future and we’d all sail the waters of the present the world would be a much happier place.

Diesel Black Gold embraced a street-wise sensibility for its first co-ed runway show, however, I’m going to focus on the guys here. Creative director Andres Melbostad put a mixture of urban aesthetic with athletic references to bring out a new “Techo-Grunge” attitude. I might have been somewhat more excited if the vision came through as I was a kid in the 90s and lived through both the techno and grunge era, but something is missing and it might have been the early morning, but to me, the only thing memorable about this show is that Jordy was in it.

Emporio Armani is nothing I’d usually enjoy or even automatically attend. However I’m glad I did as, although they were there, it was not all about blue and black and to my surprise there were Oriental inspired pieces, seersucker suits, short broad pants, shorts, jumpers with holoprints and all kinds of geometric patterns. The focus of the show was the insciption on the wall “Made in Armani” and I’m glad I made this trip to Armani land to get reaquainted with a brand I didn’t care too much of before. And oh, see, there’s Shawn Mendes stalking me again. Apparently he’s promoting a techy gadget Armani wrist watch and somewhat awkwardly made his debut on a runway. I’ll give it to him that he made it through the whole thing and kept smiling.

Frankie Morello took us on a quite mind blowing journey all the way from space to the unexplored depths of the abyss and finding the similarities between the two. The mere fact that the models were walking on water put an extra bit of holiness into the collection and it was a brilliant show to end Milan FW Men’s with. All the pieces are, the outworldish tone aside, made in Italy and it is only fair FW ended with this brilliant example of how fun Italian fashion can be. I just want to point out that we also here see the denim on denim trend going strong.

GCDS showed for the first time at MFWM and is an acronym for ‘God Can’t Destroy Streetwear’ and looking at this collection I think God, after all, isn’t almighty as he seriously cannot. This is streetwear inspired by the Gulf of Naples which has a rich naval history and the maritime and nautical theme could be seen throughout the show in evertything from backpacks, shoes as well as mesh tank tops. Looking like this even I might go fishing.

 

Malibu 1992 has a designer named Dorian Gray (seriously) and it’s fun to see the resemblance of youthful hedonism which is portrayed in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray. Dorian Gray used elements of sex, drugs and rock & roll and came up with a moody line-up of oversized garments boasting decadent textiles and morose colors. Graphic prints on tees and hoodies embodied the streetwear elements of the collections. And if I don’t get my hand on the “I <3 to make boys cry” cropped shirt, I will make boys cry for real. The inspiration sounds almost psychedelic with words used such as ‘religion, surf, luxury, melancholy, goth culture and fitness’ and as I know I wasn’t tripping, this show actually made all these come together which is an achievement in itself.

Palm Angels is a show which was so hyped by both me and others that whatever would have come down the runway would have been a disappointment, so I’ll at least try to hide it a bit and stick to what I actually saw. The designs can be best described as assortment of upscale, skate-inspired apparel and accessories. Art director Francesco Ragazzi says they are a result of his Italian sartorial background mixed with the laid back vibe skaters in LA have and which he admires. To me this was a trip to La La Land, not in the good way.

 

Poan with the Austrian designer Georg Weissacher was the special guest of White Man & Woman June edition of the leading international trade show, sponsored by the City of Milan and had their first runway show in Milan this season. To Milan Weissacher brought his very own utopian philosophy in a collection named ‘The Phenomenon of Man’. I did spot it on the runway, but it wasn’t until I read the press release the pieces fell into place. This lovely Austrian is London based and hence mixes edgy with classical tailoring. POAN is short for Peoples of All Nations and this was clear even in the casting, but also in the diversity of styles. And I have to give a small mention to my friend David Lundin (in the middle) who walked the runway. #proudfriend

Sulvam, with Teppei Fujita as designer for SS18, likes to celebrate the beauty of imperfection. The collection was all about deconstructing patterns and about adding a glimpse of hope into an otherwise chaotic world. The layered looks were casual and once again we run into the denim on denim trend which apparently is something to put on the list for SS18, as we’ve seen so far. I love the way he created an illusion of cutoff shorts on jeans and was ever so playful with zippers, raw-edge denim patch pockets, seersucker jackets and pants. A+ in my books.

 

Sunnei has stripes as their trademark and hence didn’t let us down this time either, even if some more playful patterns were infused into the collection. I don’t know what Vogue is talking about after having read their review of the show (they said it didn’t quite deliver), but I’d want to say they did just that. Deliver. Maybe the guys and gals at Vogue are too old, as they’re definitely not too young, to remember who Tom Anderson, founder of Myspace, is as they wondered what on earth a “Tom meme” was doing on a tee in the collection. To me this collection was young, fun and innovative and paid tribute to some young adulthood nostalgia. Why do I want to trash talk Vogue here? Maybe because I think Vogue reviewing anything else than haute couture is like having my grandpa trying to understand how to use Snapchat.

 

TOD’S x Mr Porter arranged an amazing pool party on Via Mozart with their collaboration floating both in the pool as well as the models who were here and there alongside the pool. The exclusive high summer capsule collection has the iconic Italian label TOD’S teaming up with Mr Porter and the result is 27 pieces of all thinkable colors out there. Huge applauds and a wonderful party at that.

Wolf Totem is a brand that really catches your eye with their strong, elegant and eye catching tonalities. The palette of the brand ranges from blue, to white and black and recalls mythological figures and far-away quotes such as dragons and snakes. This brand may be resting on ancient mythological legacy, but is truly contemporary in its design. A central figure for the brand is the wolf in all its noble wild spirit and pride essence. Wolf Totem recalls the past and divides ‘what was’ with the future ‘what will’ in a genius way by combining all kinds of different cultural and aesthetic styles. Shortly put: East meets West.

 

Wood Wood is a welcomed friend from my neighbors in Denmark and although they do play with Scandinavian minimalism I was surprised some color even made it into their collection for SS18. Maybe this is because the collection takes it outset in the lifestyle and atmosphere of the Italian province of Campania and the collection fuses colors, silhouettes and general inspiration from the region with the contemporary fashion aesthetics of Wood Wood. Although they are making the capital mistake of flirting too much with the LV x Supreme collection, I do forgive them as they’re showing us that denim is the shit even here. Way to go neighbors!

So, now you know my thoughts on Milan Fashion Week Men’s SS18. What are your favorites?

Pictures courtesy of Imaxtree.

53 Comments

  1. Alyssa Moore
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 01:21 AM
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    My eyes are so big of heart eyes (hehe). I love all of these looks! Seriously the men walking on water? How amazing. Such a great post!!! DAKS looks are my fave!!

  2. Aimara
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 01:51 AM
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    What a great round up on Milan FW Tom!
    I don’t even know where to start. There were so many great shows and can’t wait to see more!!
    I’m completely obsessed with Armani (duh), Diesel Black Gold and DAKS!
    Looks like you’ve been busy busy, can’t wait to see the rest of your posts on Men’s FW!
    XO
    Aimara
    http://www.waysofstyle.com

  3. Mariann yip
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 02:19 AM
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    Thank you for the recap as I do not attend any men’s shows so this was a great way to get insight to what you thought of the collection. I am always amazed by your hectic schedule. Have you ever tried making videos? I would love to see how you react and your routine from one show to the next!

  4. Candace
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 03:06 AM
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    Though you didn’t recap all the shows you could’ve, I am glad you chose these 14 collections to feature, as they all look amazing! Out of all, I think Daks and Emporio Armani are my 2 favorites. I can’t get over those simple, yet stunning designs. These collections make me excited for S/S ’18!

    http://www.thebeautybeau.com

  5. Samjah
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 05:09 AM
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    You really got to experience some of the best shows at MFW. You should be proud of your exclusive access!! I think my favorite one out of all these is the Christian Pellazzari collection. It looks modern yet classic. And I also thought one of the runway models was you at first glance!! Lol. I love the first suit. Looks like something you would wear.

  6. Lana
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 09:49 AM
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    I don’t want to offend someone, but I think that Italian fashion weeks are the best. I like all the designers and their collections!
    TOD’S x Mr Porter summer pool party is something incredible. Like from the movie.
    I love Poan, Armani, Diesel, DAKS collections so much. Thank you for the pictures, amazing post!

  7. LAFOTKA
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 11:21 AM
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    I’m kind of obsessed with the vibes of DAKS! So sleek, chic and wearable…. Must have been so fun attending my friend – adore your interpretation on these collections… Thanks for the peek 🙂

  8. Darya
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 02:45 PM
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    The truth is, I’m a little jealous. I’ve never participate in Milano FW, but I really want to. I’ve just realized that I’ve started to be interested in mens fashion (thanks to your posts). Mostly, I like the collection of Palm Angels – so Italian :)) Would like my bf to wear clothes of this designer.

  9. Anthony @oh_anthonio
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 03:53 PM
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    Ahhh you have me feeling major FOMO right now! I really wanted to go to Milan this season!

  10. Sharon Wu
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 04:11 PM
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    Looks like so many great styles you’ve captured at Milan Fashion Week, Thomas! I could see you rocking a few of these looks too actually 🙂 You need to start a vlog — and capture these beauties from all the shows you attend strutting in real time 😉 xo, sharon

    http://www.stylelullaby.com/beauty/new-hair-care-routine-burgatis-keratin-argan-oil-professional-series/

  11. Samantha Mariko
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 06:24 PM
    Reply

    Although it must have been a crazy schedule to have attended that many shows in such a short period of time, I’m sure it was an awesome experience to have seen these amazing collections up close! I was checking out a lot of your Instagram Stories and even though it’s not women’s, I would have loved to attend myself. I love seeing what is trending in men’s fashion through your blog 🙂
    http://www.samanthamariko.com

  12. Gracie
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 07:31 PM
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    All these wonderful designer looks are incredible but I think I would pick Daks as one of my favorites.
    You must have had a fabulous trip.

    Xxgracie

    snappedbygracie.com

  13. Christine Kong
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 08:22 PM
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    What a great summary of these amazing collections in Milan! I love all the color, the denim, the prints and the street edge that most of these collections exhibited. I can’t believe you attended so many shows this week! Kudos to you Thomas! I actually like the printed two piece suit by Christian Pellizzari and the denim on denim look (you know me!). The matching sets of Palm Angels remind me of Goyard prints and colors for some reason. DAKS would have been a fun show for me since I love that Great Gatsby era. But as for most wearable and my style, I think Wood Wood and Wolf Totem would be my favs! xoxo, Christine
    http://dailykongfidence.com/

  14. Open Kloset
    Friday July 21st, 2017 at 10:26 PM
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    Hey Thomas,
    Hows you?
    You attended so many Amazing Fashion Shows, The Milan looked So Amazing:)
    I loved The DAKS and Diesel Black Gold , they are my Favorites:)
    I wish I could attend this Fashion Week:)
    Love Kisses
    Karina

  15. Bernice
    Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 06:08 AM
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    My favourite show you’ve featured is the DAKS which reminds me also of Great Gatsby! The oversized trench coats, hats, and men dressed up with class just makes me so happy to see!

    https://www.bunnybernice.com/single-post/2017/07/22/Newly-Spotted-Australian-Brands

  16. Kamen Kamenov
    Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 10:29 AM
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    Hey my friend. Wow what an adventure u had…. looks incredible… really. I loved the work of Diesel Black Gold… it is right up my alley…. and Poan’s fashion is just next level… so effortless and mesmerizing. I did not know that Armani engages with singers tho… it was a nice touch to see Shawn Mendes. I am looking forward to seeing your next work and lots of love

  17. Gina Diaz
    Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 07:21 PM
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    Hi Thomas! wow very impressive that you got to attend 14 shows, and you did a great recap of Milan Fashion Week Men’s. I love the Christian Pellizzari collection and the stylish prints. Would love to know for the fashion week Do you have to pay to attend the shows or is by invitation? I’m curious since I have never been to a fashion week yet.

    Happy weeekend! xx. Gina

  18. Aleksandra Ladygin
    Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 10:23 PM
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    I like Gatsby vibes! Because they looks so masculine and free… It is my favourite show. But i must say all collections are cool!
    Great work, Thomas!!!

  19. Aleksandra Ladygin
    Saturday July 22nd, 2017 at 10:24 PM
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    I like Gatsby vibes! Because they looks so masculine and free… It is my favourite show. But i must say all collections are cool!
    Great work!

  20. Kallie
    Sunday July 23rd, 2017 at 07:45 AM
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    I have been loving all of your fashion week round up posts! It’s great to see photos and checkout what trends are coming up on the next season!

  21. Sheree
    Sunday July 23rd, 2017 at 10:45 AM
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    Oh my gosh, there are so many great shows and collection I don’t even know where to begin!! Milan is always the the pioneer place for leading trends for the upcoming season. My favorite is the Diesel Black Gold collection but Sunnei won over the set design with those balls in the pool!

    ~ xo Sheree
    PoshClassyMom.com

  22. Queen Horsfall
    Sunday July 23rd, 2017 at 12:43 PM
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    Sadly, I couldn’t attend to Men Fashion Week, but hope that we can attend to the next show. I enjoyed reading your recap on shows. I have travelled to Milan and love the city vibe because it feels always like fashion week.

  23. Jo
    Sunday July 23rd, 2017 at 02:33 PM
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    Omggg Shawn Mendes!! Haha, I remember from one of your recent posts about how Shawn Mendes and you kept bumping into each other. Perhaps you have a potential stalker?! 😀 Anyway, thanks for sharing these collections from MFW. I love pulling style inspo from the guys. I’m definitely inspired by the collections that used interesting patterns, which is almost all of them. The TOD’S x Mr. Porter show looked like so much fun!

    xo, Jo
    http://www.cutandchic.com

  24. Eva
    Sunday July 23rd, 2017 at 04:14 PM
    Reply

    Hello Thomas !
    How many shows you attended. Who knows how beautiful it was but also very demanding and exhaustive. Some brands haven’t heard yet, but seeing your photos impressed me a lot. These are :GCDS,( the best) Palm Angels ,
    Sunnel amd C.Pellizzari
    Xx
    Eva
    http://www.themermaidfashion.com

  25. Gabriela Vera
    Monday July 24th, 2017 at 02:01 AM
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    This looks like a fun Fashion show in Milan. What is your favorite designer? I want to go to fashion week in New York next year. I bet you get a tons of inspiration from all these shows.

    Xo,
    Gabriela Vera
    http://www.gverastyle.blogspot.com

  26. Jordan Chapman
    Monday July 24th, 2017 at 02:09 AM
    Reply

    I’ve been reading your Fashion Month coverage all month and I think I loved Armani and Wolf Totem most!! I can’t resist a little bit of Shawn Mendes (I think it’s meant to be) and Wolf Totem just has some great pieces to select from! Your recaps are great and I’m sure there will be more Shawn run ins for me to read about, all that’s left is a selfie with him!
    Jordan xx
    http://thehatlogic.com

  27. candi
    Monday July 24th, 2017 at 03:20 AM
    Reply

    Great recap! I always love reading about fashion week so this is amazing for me! I am loving DAKS (it just looks dapper!) and Emporio Armani, especially that black bomber with rose applique – it’s such a bold, stand out piece, and I can actually see you rocking it! 🙂

    candi xx
    thelollychase.com

  28. Aldora
    Monday July 24th, 2017 at 02:04 PM
    Reply

    Reading your recap on the Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 18 makes me feel as if I’m watching the show right beside you Thomas! It’s wise for you to do a recap for 14 shows out of 20+ cuz you might have suffered from a burnout if you were to do everything. I do like the outfits featured by DAKS – guess its more towards my liking as I like guys dressing in a semi-formal way. I’ve always thought that guys’ fashion are boring but yup, your most kinda changed my perception of it 😀

  29. Vivian
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 02:32 AM
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    Damn!! I love the pictures you’ve taken!!

    The outfits by DAKS is my far my favourite!!! I also thought of the Great Gatsby when I saw those pictures, and those models do look like they’re having fun for sure.

    I somehow also love the all grey outfit featured in your blog on the far right for the Poan collection for some reason! The outfit looks so cosy/laidback yet stylish!!!

    Thank you for sharing with us, I wish that one day I will be able to attend a fashion week in Milan too!!

  30. Jill
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 05:48 AM
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    What a great wrap up of the SS18 shows! I was wondering what trends we would see here in Aust and I now feel like I know whats on it’s way. I must admit, Christian Pellizzari was my favourite – BIG fan of the print suit… I’m quite flamboyant! 😉 I was surprised (too) at the Emporio Armani show. I want that rose jacket for me… oh, I mean my husband. Ha, ha. Birthday present for him that I will steal. 🙂 Thanks for sharing – awesome coverage, well critiqued and beautifully executed here. J. x

  31. Eliza
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 09:08 AM
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    Aww, wow! I love that preppy style of the 30s, and DAKS became my favourite show so far! That proud yet very dapper look. And all the colour combinations have been chosen just perfectly! Despite the fact that I’m head over heels for this style, I also liked the Malibu 1992 collection and the one from Poan. We had a lot of very similar designs presented at Berlin Fashion Week this season. So now we can clearly see the whole picture on what are the main trends of the upcoming year. Loved your review so much, thanks for sharing!

    Cheers, Eliza | http://www.fashion-confession.com

  32. Charissa
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 11:57 AM
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    Shawn Mendes on the runway! How fun is that. I really love this recap and the styles look great. In Holland it’s a bit more experimental, so the clothing that get’s showed, isn’t really… ready-to-wear. This really mades me want to go to Milan Fashionweek as well. Great for inspiration. Thanks for sharing. XO Charissa – http://www.ladygoldapple.com

  33. marcy
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 12:05 PM
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    Such a great RECAP of the shows Thomas!! Wish I could be there too Im sure it was so fun. My favourites designers were Daks very classic and high end ( I can see @iamgalla in any of these looks) I also loved the Christian Pellizzari looks.

    xoxo
    Marcy

  34. Rametidrizi
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 01:40 PM
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    Thank you for the recap as I wasn’t able to attend at this show so this was a great way to get insight to what you thought of the collection.

  35. amanda
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 05:14 PM
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    Thanks for giving us a detailed review of Milan Fashion week. I really loved the variation between all the designers you highlighted here. the first show that really struck me was DAKS. Even through it seems like a throwback that’s what makes it extremely fresh to me. I’m with you on maybe not being the biggest Armani fan, but was really loving the middle and right look and was surprised to see that these prints were Armani. Poan was pleasant as well. The styles seem to be great for certain moods and congrats to your friend! That’s amazing!

    Manda | http://EvocativelyChosen.com

  36. Jenn Hanft
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 07:19 PM
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    I always look forward to your FW posts because I love seeing different collections and styles!! I must say that Frankie Morello’s collection caught my eye out of all the recaps you listed! I really appreciate that you put them in alphabetical order to take away from any bias. I didn’t even think of that! I’m glad you enjoyed yourself and hope you get some rest soon! 20 shows is A LOT!! Take care of yourself too 😉

    With love, Jenn
    https://www.jubilantdose.com

  37. Coco
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 09:10 PM
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    This was a particularly enjoyable recap Thomas! I appreciate your vision and mostly agree on your considerations. I loved Emporio Armani for giving their trademark elegance a colourful and luscious twist. But I especially fell in love with Poan for the interesting mix of styles, fabrics and textures. References to Venice at Pellizzari were interesting. Daks put on a great show but then I think garments should be designed to be actually worn, not just for the runway. Tons of love, Valeria

  38. samira
    Tuesday July 25th, 2017 at 10:57 PM
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    Wow Thomas! What a great recap of fashion week! I am loving all the looks, they are so chic and stylish! Also the TODS x Mr Porter pool party looked so fun! I Hope you enjoyed your time, thank you for sharing it with us!

    Xo, Samira
    http://www.leathertolunch.com

  39. maryam
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 03:25 AM
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    You are so lucky to have been able to go to Milan fashion week. Milan must be the ultimate fashion destination. And you did an amazing job capturing all these fabulous looks. I can totally see you wearing most of these looks. Thank you for the recap and I am glad you enjoyed your time.

    xx, Maryam
    http://www.glamandposh.com

  40. Tandya
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 03:42 AM
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    Ahh, I love your recap of Milan Fashion Week. Loving the Men’s Spring/Summer 18 trends. Although hectic, you saw a lot in 4 days! I am obsessed with the TOD’S x Mr Porter display! So creative and perfect for their new collection. I am also loving the Peoples of All Nations show! The diversity of the styles and the layers are everything!

    Thank you for sharing!
    XO
    Tandya
    http://www.simplytandya.com

  41. Sofia
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 06:12 AM
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    Must have bene such a fun week for you! I LOVE the runway looks form the first and fourth designers! The first one is just so fun and chic in a masculine way if that makes sense haha. The prints that wolf totems uses are so cool, I would definitely wear that! Do they make women as well? So many cool looks!

    http://aloveaffairblog.com

  42. Vanessa Berlin
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 06:58 AM
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    Wow! 20 shows, that is incredible. What a wonderful experience! I loved all the looks here. It’s hard to decide about a favorite, because every designer shows its great sense of style and creativity on their collections. However I always love Emporio Armani, it’s always sophisticated and elegant.
    This is a great Milan Fashion Week recap, and is good to know a little bit about every show to your lens. As a fashion lover I just can say… Thank you so much for sharing!
    Vanessa

    http://thefashionstatement.net

  43. zahra
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 08:04 AM
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    Sounds amazing, fashion week is pretty hectic, but you managed to capture the show recap really well! Fab photography.
    Especially love the Daks show, & that the models were all smiling! Second fave is Armani, it’s an elegant collection.
    Will be interesting to see what London fashion week brings 🙂

  44. Luke
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 09:26 AM
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    20 shows? That is a very busy few days for you, I hope you got some time off as well as work! Really nice round up here Thomas, I really liked your write ups!

  45. Michelle
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 12:06 PM
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    I’ve been looking forward to your recap! I just want to know if you got to take a Tods beach ball home with you from that party? Are there shoes inside? (You know me and free shoes…) But back to fashion, 20 shows sounds like quite the fashion week crunch! I loved Pellizzari’s fresh take on denim and I loved Sunnei’s bold prints! And you had me laughing with “I think Vogue reviewing anything else than haute couture is like having my grandpa trying to understand how to use Snapchat.” Only you Thomas 🙂
    XO
    http://www.lehoarder.com/

  46. Jessie
    Wednesday July 26th, 2017 at 03:08 PM
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    Yet another great post from you on the Fashion Week! Loving reading those. I love how one of the shows was hosted next to the pool with all those funky floaters. Definitely my kind of party 🙂

    xx, Jessie
    http://4evajessie.com/less-is-more-with-grana/

  47. Jacqueline
    Thursday July 27th, 2017 at 02:21 AM
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    Thanks for the recap. OMG Daks totally reminds me of Gatsby too! So chic. Diesel Black Gold is probably my fave. I feel like you can pull it off too! Armani and Morello seem really fashion forward even for me. While GCDS is so sporty! Kinda reminds me of the 90s. Sunnei kinda reminds me of the 90s too but that really cool wearing bold prints and being casual kind of way. I saw the Tod’s party and was totally jealous! Hope you had so much fun

  48. Kirsten Wendlandt
    Friday July 28th, 2017 at 02:18 AM
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    Milan sounds like it was a whirlwind trip and I’m so jealous of this experience! You did a really great job reviewing the shows and I feel like I got a better sense of each designer by reading your reviews. I loved the Daks one, it definitely had a Great Gatsby vibe. And that Tod’s pool party looked like it was so much fun!! Can’t imagine how tired you must have been after such a crazy eventful trip. Hope it was a blast <3

  49. warren pasi
    Friday July 28th, 2017 at 06:26 AM
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    Another great fashion week wrap up! The collections here look great I especially love Frankie Morello/s collection the styles are awesome! and that TodsxMrPorter party looked amaxing too! glad you had a fabulous time in milan babe.

  50. Ana Vukosavljevic
    Saturday July 29th, 2017 at 06:23 PM
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    Wooow! What a privilege to attend so many shows!
    There are a lot of good designers in here, but the one that I looove the most is Christian Pellizzari. I love how he keeps traditional elements. It’s manly, stylish and so cool! I would wear that for sure. I love the colors as well. I loved Emporio Armani as well.

    P. S. I’m super excited to see your looks from Milan Fashion Week!

  51. Jennifer Quattrucci
    Tuesday August 1st, 2017 at 02:06 PM
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    Dear ( My) Tommy,
    Wow! Wow! And Wow! There is so much amazing fashion here and I truly don’t know where or how to begin! I definitely love the Malibu 1992 the best and hope you do get the 1 Vogue !
    All my love,
    (Your ) Jenny

  52. Jennifer Quattrucci
    Tuesday August 1st, 2017 at 02:09 PM
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    I don’t know how my comment got cut off in the middle! I was typing that I hope you do get the 1 Vogue !!

  53. Dom
    Monday August 7th, 2017 at 04:49 AM
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    Dear Tommy, Wow! All these outfits on the runway are amazing! Why are you not up there walking the runway brother? You would kill these outfits! That Daks collection though! I am obsessed! Totally my kind of vibes. I also love me some awkward Shawn Mendes. Sigh…. lol. Love the recap bro and fantastic collections by everyone in general!
    Love, Dom

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