On day one of Men's Milan Fashion WeekErmenegildo Zegna, Moschino, Marni, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Diesel Black Gold and Emporio Armani presented F/W'18 collections. Prada followed suit on day two with an historic collection and now, there are three new brands added to the lineup of must-see shows. 

Before jet-setting to Paris tomorrow, the fash pack sat front row at Fendi, Giorgio Armani and N°21 last night. 

Silvia Venturini Fendi delivered a fresh new take on autumnal wear for Fendi, as the Creative Director teamed up with Scottish artist Reilly Hey to create strong utilitarian pieces. While staying true to the brand's mainstays including shearling and mink on long coats, there was also a selection of zipped sweatshirts, T-shirts, umbrella hats and rain boots. 

Influences from the military were evidently seen at the Giorgio Armani show. Strong forms, fashionable style and elegance were transformed into double-breasted suits, shearling coats, structured jackets and tailored shirts. The collection came in a colour palette of deep navy, rich red, midnight black and soft neutrals. 

At the N°21 show, Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s American inspiration echoed through the Italian brand's fine form of staples. Looking at the influences from the Californian suburbs, in particular, the autumnal collection boasts wearable fabrics crafted into cardigans, sweaters, coats, bomber jackets, denim and tuxedo jackets. 

Here's a look at some of the best looks from day three shows...

Now, browse through Prada's new Fall/Winter '18 menswear collection