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Jan 20, 2015
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Milan Fashion Week: Brioni

By
AFP-Relaxnews
Published
Jan 20, 2015

Creative director Brendan Mullane celebrated 70 years of the Italian brand with Brioni's first runway show since 1995, held at the Castello Sforzesco in Milan. 

For Fall/Winter 2015 it was a case of back to the future for Brioni. The brand was the first ever to stage a men's runway show, which took place all the way back in 1952. Without any male model agencies, they had to dress up their own store assistants in the clothes.

Now come January 2015, and celebrating their 70th anniversary, the stripe down an early pair of trousers was a reminder that there were two key influences to the collection, both rooted in early 20th century Vienna: one the city's famous riding school, the other the Wiener Werkstätte design school. 

There was a military rigor to the belted overcoats, collar pins on shirts, leather gloves, and the ticket pockets on two and three button tailoring, which came with tapered trousers (an equestrian nod to jodphurs). The bags and other accessories also channeled the expertise of saddlemakers, including contrast stitching in leather and other hard-working threads, while the shoes included cavalry boots and double monk strap brogues. 

The Brioni man's more artistic side came out in the fur wrap collars, fur sweaters with knitted sleeves, quilted and suede blouson jackets, hazy checks patterns and more relaxed duffle coats. To round it all off, a crocodile trenchcoat was a suitably luxe injection of loucheness. 
 

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