Top men's fashion trend from Milan fashion week fall 2018
The Milan fashion week kicked off with the influences from the street and the college lifestyle. The emerging global Nationalism trend has influenced the designer as we have seen Americana inspired collection by Dean and Dan for the Fall 2018 Milan men's fashion week.
Mongolian prints and folklore are the must-have prints to follow for the upcoming seasons.
For the Marni, it's all about the stomp out loud. The oversized silhouettes and bold prints define the designer's collection. A full decór collection and all about comfort.
Velvet Puffer by Versace
There was something romantic about the plaid cowboy shirts punctuated with floral embroideries and also crafted from fluid silk and embellished with pony skin inserts, while the women’s maxidresses worked in a patchwork of floral fabrics exuded a nomadic vibe.
The designer at Diesel bring the Tribal and folkloric accents combined with slightly bohemian silhouettes in both the men’s and women’s lines.
The men's outfits included straight, slim pants worn with a range of striped tunics, Baja sweaters with side slits, as well as rich outerwear, such as front-pocket jackets with Navajo-inspired jacquard inserts, eye-catching Mongolian fur coats and leather biker jackets punctuated by metallic and stone beads.
The color palette moved from warmer hues, such as the brown, beige to cream shades of the charming range of shearling pieces.
These included a Western jacket and a nylon parka style with quilted details and Asian-inspired embellishments.
Big Coats and sculptural, with rounded shoulders and with a clear, plastic-y film around the hemline. Like the nylon, the prints were pulled from days past, with Prada cutting up her lipstick, flower and abstract checkerboard and ring prints to create darkly exotic Hawaiian-style shirts and shorts — just a day after the U.S. state made headlines with its ballistic missile blooper.
Prada hit it hard, sending out street silhouettes made from layers of black nylon.
Men's collection was all about blasts of color, pattern, and shine or pared-down skater sweatshirts. Prada hit it hard, sending out street silhouettes made from layers of black nylon: Padded hoodies with wide zipper pockets, snap-front jackets, baggy trousers and rain caps, all with the classic triangle logo.
The inspiration was the College life, with the collection modeled by a cast of real students from the universities of Milan.
The aim of the collection was to stay true to “real guy silhouettes, not too skinny, not too oversized, very effortless.” Some items sported graffiti slogans lifted from walls, tables, and bathrooms of the universities.
The collection skewed a little more bon-ton than usual whilst losing none of its playfulness, representing a large spectrum of tribes, from arty types to nerds to a minimalist take on the Italian stallion pairing a pink satin shirt with stonewash denim in a track pant cut with a high elasticated drawstring waist.
A look layering a shiny black puffer over a red sweater and white hoodie added an Eighties techno lilt, while the shorts with map anorak, chunky hiking boots, and trucker cap were pure Nineties.
There was a strong schoolboy flavor, with nods to American or English uniforms, but also a workwear vibe in the boiler suits, matching total looks and the brown and mustard basics.
In the hippy camp were the chunky printed fleeces and cardigans in motifs echoing folky sweater motifs and Patagonia-style patterns.
An Americana inspired show with the flavor of Glamorous disco party for Fall 2018 Milan Men's fashion week
Creative directors Dean and Dan Caten picked up one of their signature favorite inspirations, Western wear, and reworked it through several influences.
For the men designers, Dean and Dan bring The romantic plaid cowboy shirts punctuated with floral embroideries and also crafted from fluid silk and embellished with pony skin inserts, while for the women’s maxidresses worked in a patchwork of floral fabrics exuded a nomadic vibe.
The Key trend of the season we spotted were plaid coats trimmed with fur, the military-inspired jackets and the feminine tops enriched with lace.
The brand’s signature five-pocket jeans, in a range of washes and distressed treatments, were juxtaposed with polished leather pants trimmed with fringes, as well as more tailored styles worn with belts showing engraved metal buckles.