While pinpointing any single theme for a season is often tricky, the defining looks for Milan Mensware brought a contemporary athletic interpretation to traditional menswear. At Zegna, we saw Artistic Director Alessandro Sartori reviving tailoring in unexpected ways– with remarkable textiles and playful tones. Dolce & Gabbana mined their archives for uncut gems and turned out victorious. Taking a trip down memory lane, the brand borrowed from its 90’s heyday with hand-crafted crochet and disassembled denim. Versace dressed down menswear codes and offered collegiate stripe blazers and wide-leg trousers paired with acid neons, their rebellious new uniform. In all, brands reinvented classical menswear by opting for sportier Gen Z-inspired variations of the must-have staples.
Here are The Impression Top 10 Milan Men’s fashion shows of the Spring 2023 season as selected by our Chief Impressionist, Kenneth Richard.