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Risque Runway Report: Milan Men’s Fashion Week Spring 2012

Giorgio Armani

This collection will take Armani man from his morning espresso straight through to his after-dinner digestivo.

Dsquared2

Dean and Dan Caten cast a vote for Europe with a collection that fun and colorful with commercial foundations.

Versace

This collection was a welcome throwback Gianni Versace’s Nineties heydey. There were too many feminine elements in this collection. These were the most masculine pieces.

Alexander McQueen

Sarah Burton sent her romantic rockers sauntering through gritty, concrete warehouse.

Etro

This richly patterned collection celebrated relaxed and playful Rivera chic.

Marc Jacob

Filmmaker Wes Anderson’s quirky style, exemplified by his 2007 film “The Darjeeling Limited,” inspired the collection, evident in the spice shades and references to colonial and military dress, seen in safari jackets and officer shirts. Jacobs loosened up the tailoring for spring, with roomier pants, some with drawstring waists.

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Categories: Menswear

Author:Tamisha Monet

Fashion Editor (iStyleFashionBeauty.com) Tamisha Monet calls Oakland home as a Bay Area native but resides in Houston. She's a staff writer for The Rouge Collection magazine, in their Beauty and Style department. She is the art contributor for the West Coast division of F.A.M.E. The Experience magazine. In the blogosphere, she’s worked with Vogue, Lexus, True Religion and more. She works as a Business Life Coach for various fashion and beauty start-ups through her company iStyle Fashion and Beauty Society.

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