Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli embraced eclecticism in the name of the free spirit for their fall-winter 2016 men’s collection.
Belgian designer Dries Van Noten gave the fashionable dandy a military spin for his fall-winter 2016 men’s collection.
Maison Margiela prompted a sporty season with its use of leggings and cycling shorts as foundation pieces for fall. Signaling a rebellious mix of separates for quite the unexpected wardrobe, the fall-winter 2016 collection was injected with the free spirit of punk.
Inspired by American novelist William S. Burroughs and his penchant for stylish hats, Giorgio Armani looked to the Beat Generation to set the tone for his fall-winter 2016 men’s collection.
The Etro man received a makeover that blended the fashion house’s signature prints with distinctive raw hemlines dressed in autumnal hues with pops of deep jewel tones, Etro mixed plaids, leopard prints and tweed.
Creative director Andrea Pompilio discussed his most recent outing for Canali, sharing, “There is so much of the world that we don’t actually perceive and I wanted to explore this concept for the new season. As in architecture, every detail, both inside and out, was carefully calculated to craft the perfect balance between practicality and style.”
The Italian cornerstone for essential men’s tailoring, Giorgio Armani looked to the digital generation for the inspiration of Emporio Armani’s fall-winter 2016 collection.
Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele and his well-received direction at the Italian fashion house look like the label’s love affair with 1970s style is here to stay for a while continuing to develop his androgynous spin on the beloved decade, Michele looked to Italian designer Walter Albini for inspiration.
Known for his intensely thematic shows Moncler Gamme Bleu creative director Thom Browne unveiled quite the menacing outing for fall-winter 2016.