5 Key Menswear Trends From Milan Aw 2016
WILD WILD WEST
Pistol motifs, wide brimmed hats, luscious fur layers and embroidered motifs harked back to an era of saloon bars and outlaws. As seen on Victor Ndgiwe at Dolce & Gabbana abd Serge Rigvava at Philipp Plein
Styling tricks from navy and army uniforms were incorporated afresh, from subtle strapping details to the more obvious sailor outfits. As seen on Finnlay Davis, Alistair Waterfield for Jil Sander and Will Wadhams for No. 21.
The new space age dawned as designers cast their eyes to the galaxy for inspiration. As seen on Tristan Tymen at DSquared, Victor Ndigwe at Versace and Benjamin Benedek at Calvin Klein.
LEGACY OF BOWIE
The starman may have departed the earth last week, but his spirit was celebrated in the softer side of masculinity. As seen on: Simon Julius Jørgensen at Gucci (left) and Roberto Cavalli (right) and Finnlay Davis at No. 21 (centre).
The bigger the better, knitwear took centre stage as killer texture for the season. As seen on Serge Rigvava on Etro, Vicotr Ndigwe for Missoni and Frederick Kaltoft for Salvatore Ferregamo