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2018 S/S Men's Printed Shirt (II) -- Patterns
Vintage trend is in full swing in this season, the baroque style creates an artistic appeal, and the application of minimalist profile ,bright colors and intricate printing adds a touch of interest and nature.
2018 S/S Men's Catwalk -- Milan
The Italian elegance, romance and soft tailoring are world-famous. Milano Moda Uomo has enjoyed are vitalization of late, thanks in large part to a crop of emerging designers whose new ideas are spreading throughout the city like wildfire. The established houses have taken note and upped their creativity as a result. Having embraced the influence of streetwear after years of resistance, some of Milan's top draws now feature this aesthetic heavily.
2018 S/S Men's Printed Shirt -- Patterns
The striking printed shirt works as a perennial item ,the lively color stripes, classic check and dreamy polka dots create a modern and individual looks. The popular elements such as camouflage, check and letters are recombined together, bringing a unique aesthetic.
2018 S/S Menswear Roundup -- London
Fresh colors and bright colors lend a summer atmosphere. The deconstructed menswear works as an essential update.
18/19 A/W Men's Down Jacket Patterns -- Printed Fabric
Street style swept over 18/19 A/W catwalks, on-trend elements such as camouflage, check and letter are recombined together, bringing unique aesthetic.
2018 S/S Men's Fur & Leather on Catwalks -- Craft & Detail
The application of craft and detail plays a key role on the S/S 2018 catwalks. Ruffle sees a declining trend, rivet decoration continues, mixed materials are prominent and eyelets are expressive. With the popularity of craftsmanship, handmade finishes gain traction, most seen in beading. Cutout leisure items also feel new.
2018 S/S Men's Leather & Fur on Catwalks -- Silhouette & Pattern
Gray, black and white dominate men's leather and fur items in S/S 2018, while jackets and coats are key items.
2018 S/S Kidswear in Florence -- I Pinco Pallino
Flower girl and ring bearer inspired the 2018 S/S collection, the brand new colorway and tailoring pair with elements such as flowers and sequins creating a dreamy look.
Resort 2018 Dress Fabric -- Printing
Feminine floral printing comes into focus of fabrics, including single blooms and bouquet. The well spaced arrangement adds contemporary quality , and the soft pastels pink emerges as a dominant color in this season.
18/19 A/W Men's Sweatshirt on Catwalk -- Knitted Fabric
The color wheel explains the tone proportion of men's sweatshirt fabrics in A/W 18/19. Blue and gray are core shades, and the former one is evolved from navy blue. Red, green and yellow add vibrancy to knitted menswear.
2018 S/S Kidswear in Florence -- Fun & Fun
Palette is dominated by white and black, with red and blue accent breaking the monotony.
2018 S/S Catwalk in Pitti Bimbo -- Monnalisa
Black, white, pale pink and red dominate the S/S Monnalisa collection, highlighting the classic tone as well as a modern urban style.
Resort 2018 Dress Fabric -- Innovative Lace
Lace fabric is no longer confined to its classic elegant and romantic style ,it brings a hybrid style of feminine and sport in this season, with eyelash lace, 3D floral lace, embroidered lace for a unique luxury sporty style.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Composite Material
Composite materials are increasingly embraced by men's brands in recent years. They emerge on A/W 18/19 men's catwalks. Leather with fur, suede composites, denim composites and corduroy composites are prominent on runways this season. Various bonded materials reflect different styles.
17/18 A/W Catwalk in Pitti Bimbo -- Monnalisa
Monnalisa was launched in 1968 by Piero Iacomoni and Barbara Bertocci, now respectively President and Designer of the company. For over 40 years' hard work, Monnalisa has five branch offices. Its headquarter Arezzo is the birthplace of products made in Italy, and a cradle of Italian arts and traditional cultures. Monnalisa features unique rose patterns and princess dresses, and echoes the current trends to apply bright stars and fairy tales. Monnalisa is devoted to creating high-quality kidswear through prints, rhinestones, appliques and three-dimensional decorations.
17/18 A/W Womenswear Brand -- Max Mara
Brand Max Mara continues to celebrate simple styles, with considered lines and contours creating an elegant and mature look , while the application of camel color, caramel, gray, red and black creates a seemingly plain but refreshing look.
2017 S/S Key Items -- Parent-child Outfit
Parent-child outfit is more and more popular as it increases intimacy with family member.