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Milan Men's Fashion Week FW16

From runway to moodboard

Milan Men's Fashion Week FW16 From runway to moodboard

If we still have to wait some time for the the Oscar ceremony, Milan men’s fashion week didn’t wait and decided to reward The Revenant and The Hateful Eight.

It did so paying homage to the look of their protagonists, putting on the catwalk clones of Kurt Russell and Leonardo di Caprio. Wild, hairy men, rough but not too much, branded Dolce & Gabbana or Antonio Marras.

Welcome to the wild west Made in Italy, precisely in the south of the country, with the cowboys in suit and poncho and the lights of the runway instead of the rays the sun.

Earth and cactus are not for you? You can choose the sea with Prada's intellectual sailors, or stay in with Fendi's boys in night-gown.

We tried to catch the inspirations behind the collections of this Milan Men’s Fashion Week, here’s the result:


Art & Design

Damir Doma - Antoni Tàpies "Carrer de Wagner"

Prada - Christophe Chemin

Fendi - Robert Motherwell "Study in Automatism"

MSGM - Arshile Gorky "Abstraction with a Palette"

Ermenegildo Zegna - Meret Oppenheim "Breakfast in Fur" 


An homage to

Fendi - Jamiroquai

Roberto Cavalli - Jimmy Page, 1970

N°21 - Keith Richards

Bottega Veneta - 1940s stylish men 

Versace - Thierry Mugler 1991

Gucci - Walter Albini

Gucci - Walter Albini

Prada - Vintage Navy's poster


At the movies

Dolce & Gabbana - Poster "The good, the bad and the ugly"

Dolce & Gabbana - "The Revenant"

Antonio Marras - "The Hateful Eight"