DJ and designer Dorian Stefano Tarantini, a favourite of Rihanna among others, revealed a dark, moody collection at Milan Fashion Week Men's on Saturday, taking inspiration from surf culture and marine pollution.
As the first womenswear brand to present at this season's Milan Fashion Week Men's, the Italian house sent out its pre-collection and the latest looks from its semi-couture line, unveiling bright, disco-inspired pieces.
After London, Milan will be the next city to host its round of menswear shows, June 17 to 21, with spring/summer 2017 collection previews from the likes of Jil Sander, Marni, Versace and Giorgio Armani.
Roberto Cavalli's first menswear collection designed by Peter Dundas will open the show at Milano Moda Uomo on 15th January. Among the 39 shows to follow will be the first-ever by Pal Zileri and Helen Anthony.