What We Learned From Milan Men’s Fashion Week 2019: Part 3

This last part of our report consists of our favorite trends that emerged during Milan MFW 2019. Some are obvious, some are fresh takes, some are just wonderful. See the list here.

Knit’s All That

Top: Ermenegildo Zegna, Fendi, Sartorial Monk
Bottom: Emporio Armani, Pal Zileri, Prada

If you think adding a knitwear into your winter wardrobe is safe bet, why not try adding those that have weirdly fabulous silhouettes or patterns to begin with?

Major Runway

Top: Ermenegildo Zegna, Ih Nom Uh Nit, John Richmond
Bottom: Spyder, Billionaire, Magliano

Other than season appropriate, the military look has that charm that sparks order, class and just sub-zero coolness that not anybody can pull. And who said it always have to be army green?

Actively Wintery

Top: Versace, Emporio Armani, Biuu
Bottom: Buscemi, Ermenegildo Zegna, Spyder

It’s definitely not common (unless you’re into skiing and such,) but trendy luxe tracksuits are apparently making a clear statement this season.

The Other Color

Top: Bed JW. Ford, Biuu, Phillipp Plein
Bottom: Isabel Benenato, MSGM, Satorial Monk

Yes, we know. We started the list with a color trend – so why add another? Because red dominates the runways as much as blue did – and probably with a greater effect towards the cold season.

*Also read: Ready To Wear – Milan Fashion Week