Milan city lights are shining bright in these days as Milan Menswear Shows are happening along with various side events, presentations and lots of parties and get together.
Not many new trends seem to become the new most striking must haves for the season. Oversize is there along with colored velvet suits in apricot and petrol blue blazers, a strong return of leather and mutton pieces, along with varsity jackets, slightly wider leg trousers, the unmiissable coats and lots of black are the highlights of the season.
Caring for the environment and great attention to well-done products, better if reinvented from past tradition, are also some of the musts for f/w 2023/2024. The SPIN OFF has selected some of the most responsible looks and pieces that cannot miss from eco-coscious consumer's wardrobe.
Resailing for the future
During the last edition of Milan Fashion Week, Paul&Shark, the Italian sportswear and sail wear apparel brand, has launched its new Re-Sail jacket.
The jacket is the result of a collaboration between the brand and experienced sailmakers to create a series of jackets with a contemporary style and exclusive heritage.
Each jacket is unique as it is made from a selection of authentic redeveloped sails which have been restored and creatively reinterpreted in this new jacket model.
Corneliani's style goes in a Circle
For its second collaboration with Corneliani Circle, designer Paul Surridge chose to offer menswear pieces that are casual, based on elegance, authenticity and comfort. Along with that he opted for timeless garments to be kept in the wardrobe and worn for a long time, as the primary essence of the idea of sustainability.
Silhouettes are designed for a realistic, relaxed approach, while soft, stretch surfaces, graphic contrasts, and elegantly informal lines-over and slim, unlined and semi-lined-combine to offer an age-fluid, artisanal collection built to last through the seasons.
How Canali cares
The menswear brand Canali is now facing an overall restyling and refreshing while focusing on a more environmentally friendly approach as a form of respect for the environment and the whole human community.