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Milan Men's Fall 2014 Inspirations

Designers cast a wide net for their inspirations this season.

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Andrea Incontri

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ANDREA INCONTRI: “Intimacy is the key word of this collection. Fluid fabrics, such as bicolored double and elastic materials with grisaille prints, define the body in a comfortable way. Cozy clothes for a man looking at fashion with a real, spontaneous attitude.”

—Andrea Incontri, creative director


NEXT: Dirk Bikkembergs >>

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Dirk Bikkembergs

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

DIRK BIKKEMBERGS: “Ski and Metropolitan Biker. From this extreme vision that combines sportiness, speed and dynamism arises the figure of the Ski Rider...”

—Hamish Morrow, creative director


NEXT: MSGM >>

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MSGM

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

MSGM: “Truth. Beauty. Words becoming prints. Sweaters becoming messages. Being honest. Being contemporary.”

—Massimo Giorgetti, creative director


NEXT: MP Massimo Piombo >>

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MP Massimo Piombo

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

MP MASSIMO PIOMBO: “A research rooted in the European artistic and philosophic movements of the 15th, 17th and 19th centuries, which finds inspiration from the works of artists such as Rembrandt with his palette of dark and deep tones, Botticelli with his opulent Renaissance tones, the Impressionist painters and Monet.”

—Massimo Piombo, creative director


NEXT: Moncler Gamme Bleu >>

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Moncler Gamme Bleu

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

MONCLER GAMME BLEU: “Argyle.”

—Thom Browne, creative director


NEXT: Daks >>

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Daks

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

DAKS: “Daks is proud to celebrate its 120th anniversary in 2014. The Daks men’s wear collection for AW14 celebrates this important milestone. The collection is rich in iconic pieces, which are juxtaposed with fabrics representative of true British style.”

—Design team


NEXT: Ports 1961 >>

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Ports 1961

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

PORTS 1961: “Ports 1961 men’s fall-winter 2014 collection is inspired by King Edward VIII’s elegance and the innovative way in which he interpreted tweeds and the Prince of Wales. Combined with the masculine and contemporary characteristics of Ports 1961, the collection impersonates the term smart-urban. Our man is confident with an elevated sartorial taste; he keeps a clean look while always looking for the finest luxuries in life.”

—Fiona Cibani, creative director


NEXT: Massimo Alba >>

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Massimo Alba

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

MASSIMO ALBA: “We will present the new men’s collection during the White trade show in a space dedicated to the Massimo Alba Cashmere company. In the center of this space, there will be the collection made of exclusive fabrics dyed with watercolors, water and colors, and surrounding it on the walls, the history of our company composed by watercolor paintings.”

—Massimo Alba, creative director


NEXT: Ermanno Scervino >>

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Ermanno Scervino

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ERMANNO SCERVINO: “The fall-winter 2014 collection shows graphic and geometric accents. I opted for precious materials with a new twist. The focus is on knitwear, and the color palette is strong on dark, night tones of blue and black.”

—Ermanno Scervino, creative director


NEXT: Z Zegna >>

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Z Zegna

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

Z ZEGNA: “Slim, elongated tailored waistcoat with narrow tapered cuffed trouser. Sartorial shirt with graphic Bengal stripes and tie-bar collar.”

—Paul Surridge, creative director


NEXT: Trussardi >>

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Trussardi

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

TRUSSARDI: “The icy calm of an avenger alongside the warmth of a romantic dreamer: The Trussardi man for fall-winter 2014 will have an essential but complete look, where dark shiny leather turns the tailor-made wardrobe typical of an urban gentleman into something incredibly contemporary and fierce.”

—Gaia Trussardi, creative director


NEXT: Missoni >>

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Missoni

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

MISSONI: “Warm, luxurious Missoni knits inspired by hand-tinted Japanese photography of the late 19th century and the golden age of surfing.”

—Angela Missoni, creative director


NEXT: Fendi >>

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Fendi

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

FENDI: “DNA reloaded: A sophisticated urban masculinity that [shows] it’s not afraid of its wild and primitive side.”

—Silvia Venturini Fendi, creative director


NEXT: Corneliani >>

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Corneliani

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

CORNELIANI: “For the next fall-winter 2014 season, Corneliani reworks the jacket, its iconic piece. The ‘O-Jacket Corneliani ID,’ where different materials are mixed to obtain an impeccable blazer, takes center stage for spare time and informal occasions.”

—Sergio Corneliani, creative director


NEXT: Calvin Klein Collection >>

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Calvin Klein Collection

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

CALVIN KLEIN COLLECTION: “Muscular sportswear.”

—Italo Zucchelli, men’s creative director


NEXT: Iceberg >>

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Iceberg

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ICEBERG: “The new Iceberg men’s fall-winter 2014 collection is inspired by the concepts of transformation and movement. A preppy but very classic story becomes high-tech and dynamic as Bruce Wayne, who usually wears tweed and Prince of Wales, sports technical and futuristic materials when he transforms into Batman. This animation effect, almost 3-D, appears in the faded prints, which embody the spirit of the collection.”

—Federico Curradi, men’s wear creative director


NEXT: Roberto Cavalli >>

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Roberto Cavalli

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ROBERTO CAVALLI: “Jacquard coat in a black-and-white zebra chevron pattern, patchwork-printed pashmina scarf, black napa leather pants.”

—Roberto Cavalli, creative director


NEXT: Andrea Pompilio >>

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Andrea Pompilio

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ANDREA POMPILIO: “Different stories and inspirations mingle in the new fall-winter 2014 collection. My signature prints appear on various fabrics and materials, on bombers, shirts and trousers. The season’s iconic look is composed by a heavy felt buttonless peacoat paired with uniform pants.”

—Andrea Pompilio, creative director


NEXT: Etro >>

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Etro

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

ETRO: “Tagliatore [in Apulian dialect, the tailor who cuts fabrics]. Tailor Mario, Tailor Antonio, Seamstress Marina, Tailor Renzo, Seamstress Anna, All Tailors, Sewn for us!”

—Kean Etro, men’s wear creative director


NEXT: Belstaff >>

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Belstaff

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

BELSTAFF: “The Belstaff fall-winter 2014 collection is inspired by the British riders in the 1965 International Six Days Trial race on the Isle of Man.”

—Martin Cooper, creative director


NEXT: Les Hommes >>

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Les Hommes

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Men'sWeek issue 01/09/2014

LES HOMMES: “Les Hommes fall-winter 2014 collection aims to combine the traditional attitude of a men’s wear wardrobe with an innovative approach.”

—Tom Notte and Bart Vandebosch, creative directors

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