Milan Fashion Week, as always, was surely a huge hit this time too.

Designers like Gucci, Prada, Armani, John Varvatos, Missoni, Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Neil Barrett, Jil Sander, Etro, Salvatore, Ferragamo, Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana, DSquared2, Franlie Morello, Vivienne Westwood, and a few more, made the Milan Fashion Week for Spring Summer 2014 a great success.

Seasonal and trendy shades marked the prominent trends in men’s wear, across suitings, separates and sportswear inspired fashion. Deep Ink and midnight shades, warm russets and sensual teals, distinctive black and white looks, freshness of the new neutrals, serene blue tones and silver gray, all showed a very strong and crisp color presence in Milan Fashion Week.

Structural and oversized silhouettes with clean lines, deconstructed layering and geometric inspirations provided a fresh perspective to silhoettes on the runway. Prints and patterns were a known hit too. This time they got visible both on top wear and bottom wear and created a great visual impact. With good use of graphic prints, tropical moods, mixed geometrics, subtle abstracts and architectural patterns, everything looked very up to date and awe-inspiring. Have a look at the pictures below.

 

Dolce & Gabbana 1 Dolce & Gabbana 2 Dolce & Gabbana 3 Dolce & Gabbana 4 Dolce & Gabbana 5 Dolce & Gabbana 6 DSquared2 1 DSquared2 2 DSquared2 3 Frankie Morello 1 Frankie Morello 2 Frankie Morello 3 Frankie Morello 4 Frankie Morello 5 Frankie Morello 6 Gucci 1 Gucci 2 Gucci 3 Gucci 4 Gucci 5 Gucci 6 Vivienne Westwood 1 Vivienne Westwood 2 Vivienne Westwood 3 Vivienne Westwood 4 Vivienne Westwood 5 Vivienne Westwood 6 bw1 bw2 bw3 bw4 bw5 bw6 bw7 bw8 bw9 ink1 ink2 ink3 ink4 ink5 ink6 ink7 ink8 ink9 neut1 neut2 neut3 neut4 neut5 neut6 neut7 neut8 neut9 powder1 powder3 powder4 powder5 powder6 powder7 russet1 russet3 russet4 russet5 russet5a russet6 teal1 teal2 teal3 teal4 teal5 teal7

Picture Courtesy:Milan Fashion Week and http://www.fashionising.com

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