milan fashion week


Table soccer & legs: in Milan

File this under activities you don’t expect to see during fashion week: Eleonora Carisi, Valentina Siragusa and Candela Novembre playing the most stylish ever game of table soccer. Though, it does look a little awkward in heels.

The printed blazer: Mariano Di Vaio

Here’s one way to work a print for men: Mariano di Vaio sticks to black and white, meaning there’s no added confusion around mixing colour. Black pants, a white shirt and a black and white printed blazer makes for a failsafe way to add some print into an outfit.

The gentleman’s white pant: Fabrizio Oriani

White pants are a gentleman’s look for summer – but one not every guy is game to try. Rest assured they are not that difficult to pull off; and the options for styling them are many. In Milan, Fabrizio Oriani wore a crisp pair of white pants, rolled up at the ankle, with a red checkered blazer and black loafers.

The striped blazer: Fabrizio Oriani

One piece, multiple ways of wearing: Fabrizio Oriani wore white pants matched with checks on one day of Milan men’s fashion week, and then mixed it up with a striped blazer on another. If you thought white pants for men weren’t all that versatile, think again.

One way to wear white: Esther Quek

There’s so much you can do with an all-white outfit. Esther Quek gives just one example with this getup: a white “skort”, shirt and blazer, accessorised by a few colourful and dandy details. Finishing the look: a pair of bold heels.