Paris Fashion Week: Comme des Garcons Spring/Summer 2011

Paris Fashion Week: Comme des Garcons Spring/Summer 2011

For S/S 2011, skull-print coats and pants are coupled with slim-cut blazers, providing plenty of black and white ensembles from Comme des Garcons. Combat boots are looking good with the cropped pants, but there’s plenty more to appreciate from the Japanese label. If you’re not digging the skulls, worry not as there are plenty of well-cut suits and shirts without the extras.

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Milan Fashion Week: Woolrich Woolen Mills Spring 2011

Milan Fashion Week: Woolrich Woolen Mills Spring 2011

We’re hearing this is designer Daiki Suzuki’s final collection for Woolrich Woolen Mills, which leaves us wondering where we’ll leave a footprint next. With the collection being made right here in the good ol’ US of A, there’s always much hype the brand has had to live up to in recent years. Suzuki has yet to drop the ball and after viewing the Spring 2011 collection, we’ll have to say he’s leaving the brand on a high note. The vintage-inspired gear is coupled with great attention to detail, which can be seen with the addition of several accents such as leather patches and hand-finished stitching.

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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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