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2011 men's chic on Milan Fashion Week

06-22-2010 09:04 BJT

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Last stop, Milan, Italy where the world's top designers have gathered to present their spring/summer 2011 men's wear collections. Italian duo Dolce & Gabbana celebrated the brand's 20th anniversary with a retrospective runway show. And Donnatella Versace showcased rockabilly glam'.

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have pulled out all the stops to mark the 20th anniversary of their men's wear launch.

The show itself was a tour de force of simplicity, with the trademark nods to Dolce's Sicilian heritage including the Sicilian caps, Sicilian-style fishermen sandals, workers' white T-shirts, and pants tied with jute belts. As the pair reflects on two decades of achievement, the clothing very much conjured up an image of humble roots.

The colors were simple: beige, white, sand, black, and the designers said in their notes that the colors, including white and black, gave the appearance of having been left out in the sun.

The pants and shorts were cuffed, and paired with softly tailored jackets and thin ties. Shirts were loose in poplin and washed muslin, sweaters loosely knit fisherman-style.


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