Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Milano Moda Uomo is an international fashion show for men. Buyers and Media Press from all over the world come to the Milan Men’s Fashion Week MODA UOMO. The main purpose is to see the best new collections made by menswear master designers like Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Armani, Diesel Black Gold, Alberta Ferretti, Stella McCartney etc. We want to tell you about the several shows that were held during the Milan Moda Uomo this June.
The collection veered between streetwear and tailoring, splicing the two together alongside a potent dose of 90’s festivalgoer, with trippy floral prints, cargo trousers, and bucket hats. The Versace man of the Nineties and early Noughties who favored those strong structured, masculine suits might find little to wear here, but the fashion house today is speaking very deliberately to a new generation. A tabloid newsprint splashed headlines across shirts and sweaters, trousers came in slick black patent and despite the strong-shouldered suits and shorts that highlighted those strapping gym-honed thighs, this felt like a softer, more feminized version of Versace.
Giorgio Armani prefers working on classics, evolving codes to define an idea of elegance tuned-in to the present, but rich with heritage. Texture and silhouette have always been the key elements of Giorgio Armani’s research: the clothes of the new collection enhance the body, with its individual, unique beauty. The brands’ special project contributor, the illustrator Seungwon Hong, visually interpret and narrates the collection from his perspective through a series of exclusive creative artworks by adding his unique artistic flair.
Prada references sixties style with its Spring/Summer 2019 collection during Milano Moda Uomo. Miuccia Prada said she was seeking a ‘’more elegant’’ style for her man, something youthful yet discreet, adding that she is fed up with baggy sportswear and streetwear. Prada covered her garments, snugly hugging the bodies of her skinny boys, in prints featuring nudist and hippie motifs, and in bold retro flowers. These are both elements from a sexually liberated time that doubled as her youth. In its minimal plastic surroundings, half-bouncy castle and half-inflatable float, this was one of the Prada’s most no-nonsense, unfussy collections in a long time, and one that painted a huge contrast to the over-designed desperation of many other designers right now.
Men’s Fashion Week Milano Moda Uomo offers fashion enthusiasts, press members, and professionals in the sector. It is the ideal chance to step into a world of glamour for menswear and accessories for Spring/Summer 2019 season with a selection of over 100 fashion parades and related events. The event makes an enormous contribution to market Italian designers and the event is accessible to trade visitors. It displays current trends and fashion apparels for men by top most designers. The association represents Italian fashion at its highest cultural values and aims in promoting Italian designers.