Fitted constructed jackets and loose trousers – some of which resembling jodhpurs – tailored yet relaxed silhouettes dominated the Milan runway at yesterday's Giorgio Armani presentation for AW15.

With a Far eastern breeze flowing through the collection, the designer mixed military uniform embellishments with Oriental-style cuts, as well as blurring the lines between knits and easy jersey's for his outerwear pieces, "One becomes the other," he said, referring to a tailored pieces with costume-like details such as patch pockets, sturdy zippers and dark argyle pattern.

Armani also referred to the increasing exotic mix of Eastern and Western dressing, using drop-crotch trousers and a variety of fitted jackets as the perfect example. However, keep in mind, "You have to be very handsome to wear them," according to the Italian maestro.