Best shows from MMFW SS17 Day 2: Jil Sander, Dolce & Gabbana, Marni, Versace and Neil Barrett
Inside access, latest updates, and candid coverage. Welcome to our audio reviews of the best shows from Milan men's fashion week as told by Buro's EIC.
Be sure to check back daily for another personal take on all the runway action during this spring/summer 2017 season. Simply listen to the reviews while scrolling through the slideshow of runway images to stay in-the-know. Too easy.
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JIL SANDER: RIGOROUS MINIMALISM
Designer: Rodolfo Paglialunga
Synopsis: Classic and easy separates that underscored the iconic codes of Jil Sander — clean lines and boxy silhouettes.
DOLCE & GABBANA: JAZZ AND BLUES
Designer: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana
Synopsis: A live brass band, pyjama kaftans, and Cameron Dallas. What's not to love? A Sicilian twist on evening jazz club ensembles in the form of black-and-white tuxedos, sequined blazers, and oversized statement coats.
MARNI: STRAPS AND VELCRO
Designer: Consuelo Castiglioni
Synopsis: A quirky collection for the eccentric gentleman; wide-cut coats, stratified shirts, and truncated trousers, embellished with cut-outs and routinely held together with Velcro straps.
VERSACE: CHICAGO IS MY BEAT
Designer: Donatella Versace
Synopsis: Big, bold and brilliant sportswear infused with Versace's raw sex appeal and drama — think: Long billowing slicker jackets worn sans shirt paired with every man's most coveted accessory, a defined six-pack.
NEIL BARRETT: A SIEGE OF BROWN
Designer: Neil Barrett
Synopsis: A commercial collection characterised by blousons, jackets and trousers all cast in warm shades of Earth — often embellished with a chevron motif constructed from three leather panels, but always cut with a slight '70s aesthetic.
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