Here are our final three picks from the recent Milan Men’s FW 18 shows.


Prada stood out with its collection that remixed house codes and prints with a strong focus on nylon, the fabric made famous by their iconic backpacks in the 90’s. It covered literally everything from baggy trousers to bucket hats as well as a special collaboration titled PRADA invites that saw creative minds Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic, Herzog & de Meuron and Rem Koolhaas interpret the Black Nylon.


Valentino’s Pierpaolo is on a roll. His smart tailoring and uncanny sense of colour have been apparent in his collections for the house and he carries on that story for autumn/winter with elongated coats and colour-blocked layering. The VLTN logo introduced in spring on T-shirts makes another turn on the runway in down coats and jackets. The latter was made in collaboration with Moncler.


Dolce&Gabbana love putting on a show and this was truly a show of force in numbers. With over a hundred looks, the collection had everything, from a cast of social influencers and models, to a mini concert by Maluma (unbeknownst to this reviewer but a quick check on Instagram reveals that this Columbian singer has followers six times the population of Singapore.). The clothes were as usual, brightly coloured, deeply embellished and Instagram ready.

Check out part one, part two and part four.

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