Andrea Pompilio after three years of presence in Florence was the first young designer to parade inside the Giorgio Armani fashion show debuting in this way to Milan Fashion Week.
The Spring Summer 2014 collection which presented is a simple, informal, humorous and dedicated to a modern man aware of his masculinity.
The game features the layering outfits: dresses, shorts, light shirts and wide V-necks are the protagonists of the collection, with short sleeveless, nails and jackets that give a glimpse of the knitwear worn underneath.
And then pants with pence, t-shirts in poplin and denim habit of putting the inside of jackets and outerwear paisley graphic prints from the outside.
Costume National Homme
Cowboy-Costume National Homme designer Ennio Capasa looks to his interpretation of the urban cowboy for the label's spring / summer 2014 show. Embracing "minimal chic and rock 'n' roll" to the sound of "Johnny Cash playing Depeche Mode, the collection has a visual impact while showcasing easy fashions in white, black, navy and more. For fabrics, wool, jersey and leather comes together with a play on textures and finishes, imposing an innovative spin on traditional uses. Mixing tailoring with a young edge, cuts are slim as Capasa employs fringes and metals tips at the neck, raw edge nappa inserts a
and raw edge crossings among other details for a contemporary take on the west.
The House of Versace-Audacious and Versace go hand in hand with the Italian fashion house's spring / summer 2014 collection. A mix of Versace classics tailored to the whim of the modern man who loves to experiment, color and fabric selection were the key elements for the latest show. For the suit, silk jacquard reigned while sportswear in neutrals paved the groundwork for an electrifying showing of color, touching upon orange, red, lime and more, treating garments as a painted tapestry.