Milan Menswear Spring 2010

 By Milton


Alexander McQueen

The first group of menswear ended yesterday in Milan. The shows included Alexander McQueen, D&G, Dsquared, Emporio Armani, Etro, John Varvatos, Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo, Z Zegna, Bottega Veneta, Burberry Prorsum, C.P. Company, Calvin Klein Collection, Costume National, Dolce & Gabbana, Ermenegildo Zegna, Gianfranco Ferré, Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Jil Sander, Missoni, Moschino, Neil Barrett, Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi 1911, Undercover and Versace. Here are few a highlights from the Milan shows.  All the fashion excitement is moving to Paris tomorrow, where more designers will present their collections for the Spring 2010 for four days.


Bottega Veneta (Above)


D&G (Above)


Dolce & Gabbana (Above)


Gucci (Above)


John Vervatos (Above)


Prada (Above)


Roberto Cavalli (Above)


Salvatore Ferragamo (Above)


Versace (Above)

2 thoughts on “Milan Menswear Spring 2010

  1. The outfit on the first pic, in the middle is just weird. I mean I can (hardly) understand the blue handprints but purpously smearing some white goo on your crotch seems just wrong.

    1. These kinds of designs from British designer Alex Mcqueen are trying to transform, or technically ‘blend’ homosexual men into a working class society at the same time as giving them the designer’s edge that they all so long for.

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