No people link architecture and fashion so seamlessly as the Italians. And few Italians make the link so well as Alessandro Sartori, whose Ermenegildo Zegna show was perfect for the new wing of Bocconi University.
Art, happenings, exhibitions and novel parties are on the schedule in Milan this coming season – and of course a whole lot of menswear when the action starts on Friday evening, Jan 12 in the Italian fashion capital.
The 17-day European menswear runway and salon season ended Sunday night in Paris. A four-city tour including some 150 shows and three times as many presentations. Here's our pick of the 12 most relevant collections.
Men’s Fashion Week opens Wednesday in Paris with co-ed shows from Paul Smith and Kenzo, plus Haider Ackermann’s Berluti debut and some interesting new names such as Icosae and Sankuanz all on the agenda.
Italy's high-end tailor Ermenegildo Zegna launched Milan's menswear fashion show on Friday with a runway show staged in an industrial factory that featured a collection of classical looks inspired by the 1940s and 1950s.