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Milan Men's Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 15

Milan Men's Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 15

The Italian duo hit a bullseye


This Spring/Summer season, Dolce and Gabbana looked to the Spanish domination of the island of Sicily between 1516 and 1713, creating a stunning collection that featured unconventional silhouettes, new tailoring techniques and the colour red

Domenico and Stefano continue their fashionable journey of rediscovering the history of Sicily, specifically inspired by the Spanish domination of the island and how its culture influenced the local island life.

The Italian designers fantasy take of the Spanish influence was seen through the entire menswear collection, from braided brocade jackets, to bull motifs, to bull-fighting inspired motifs.

Milan Men's Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana

The visually stimulating collection started with jewel-toned brocade jackets (the braid decoration in black rather than the gold of a real bullfighter) paired with three-quarter-length pants. Throughout the bold line-up, an evolution in tailoring was seen throughout, tailored jackets became longer, vests had new oval shapes and trousers became slimmer, but ties were left just as skinny as they usually are  true to the D&G style.

Milan Men's Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana

The symbol of the collection, the bull — which stands for masculinity was seen printed across over-sized T-shirts and collar shirts, polka dots were also seen embellished across shorts and tailored suits.

Between the 75 looks, Dolce and Gabbana provided the fashion world with a young new tailored aesthetic, creating bold shapes and prints for a man who's not afraid of walking on the wild side... and wearing possibly every shade of red.   



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