Pushing men’s fashion forward was the direction of Milan Men’s Fashion Week! It brought us a new take on street-style with Dsquared2’s slouchy, rebellious, surfer-inspired looks. It showed us a new normal with Carven’s school-boy inspired suits. It introduced us to some exciting new models like Jeon June and Lil Chen! It made us question what we already know about fashion shows with Pringle of Scotland’s dance-performance, presentation of their collection. But most of all - it drew our eyes off of just the runway.
Tommy Ton captures the quirky, unique and beautiful fashion of the Milan show’s guests. From baggy to structured, and from loud patterns to single color outfits, self-expression and artistry are clearly key components in “ready-to-wear”! As we addictively binge on Tommy’s slideshow of off-runway style, we can’t help but to notice the androgyny! While no new concept, becoming popular in the mid-70s with Annie Hall, there certainly seems to be a revival of the girl/guy crossover. Sport-inspired, couple-matching, and biker-worthy leather looks were driving the androgyny wild with variety! Here are some of our favorites!