Milan Fashion Week: Ermenegildo Zegna Spring 2011

Milan Fashion Week: Ermenegildo Zegna Spring 2011

There’s not much more we can say about Ermenegildo Zegna that we haven’t said before but the fact that they’ve been in the busy for 100 years now serves as a testament to long-term dedication to delivering quality products. The company has a deep understanding of what the modern man wants and this collections proves it once again. The Spring 2011 lineup may have been the best-styled and most-comprehensive line we’ve seen on the runway this week in Milan.

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Milan Fashion Week: D&G Spring 2011

Milan Fashion Week: D&G Spring 2011

The Spring 2011 collection from D&G turns back the clock and mirrors many classic, mid-century American summer styles. The result is outstanding, as we’re blessed with plenty of well-fitted blazers in an array of styles from the one-button to the double-breasted. The color options next spring will be as light as the fabric offerings. Light cottons and seersucker dominate the lineup.

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Milan Fashion Week: Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2011

Milan Fashion Week: Burberry Prorsum Spring/Summer 2011

We turned you to the live stream of Burberry‘s Spring 2011 show, but now that we’ve gotten our hands on the stills, we can really take the time to appreciate each look and see which direction the Brits are taking come next spring. One thing we can always count on Burberry for is an amazing lineup of trenches as they never fail to deliver. Christopher Bailey brings some great colors to the palette and his approach and delivery is apparent in the fresh looks he displayed on the runway in Milan. It’s a shame we can sport these until 2011.

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Topman Design Fall 2010 [London Fashion Week]

Topman Fall/Winter 2010 [London Fashion Week]

The Fashionisto gives us looks from the runway at this year’s London Fashion Week. Topman‘s collection Fall 2010 looks to be promising, as it exudes a certain militaristic touch, that’s mated with an earthy color palette. “While outerwear steals the show with an oversize appeal, a nature motif is explored with gradients across the collection’s shirting. Meanwhile, relaxed trousers round out a range that combines a young and masculine aesthetic with a progressive style.”

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Stockholm: Filippa K Fall 2010 [Fashion Week by Berns]

Stockholm: Filippa K Fall 2010 [Fashion Week by Berns]

Since its inception in 2005, the Fashion Week by Berns catwalk has grown its slate to support nearly forty Scandinavian design houses twice annually, with the primary focus being to attract the international fashion community of press and buyers to Swedish and Scandinavian design. Sweden’s Filippa K needs no introduction as it may be one of the country’s finest exports. After taking one look at the men’s collection for the fall, it’s easy to see why the labels held in such high regard.

Filippa K, “Devotes their energy to the tailored suit this season. Encompassing both elements of formal and informal, the collection infuses today’s silhouettes with a timeless elegance. Based in the colors of autumn, colors as varied as purple and green work well to accent core grays that much like the collection are inviting of a diverse audience who seek a grounded sophistication.”

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Video: Dior Homme Fall 2010 [Paris Fashion Week]

Video: Dior Homme Fall 2010 [Paris Fashion Week]

Kris Van Assche definitely had his work cut out for him this fashion week with the presentation of Dior Homme and his own line within a day of each other. The results were phenomenal nonetheless. Dior Homme’s collection is a great one as it looks to recreate the trends once again. The trousers are a bit more relaxed than we’ve been used to and are fitted with slight crops, while the color looks to be all black everything.

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