Highlights From Milan Menswear Spring/Summer 2018

Ciao Milano! Sportswear and languid tailoring make an impact at the menswear shows


Coloured tracksuits for the finale of Francesco Ragazzi's latest collection for Palm Angels. Picture / Getty.

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Palm Angels. Picture / Getty.

The classic Fendi monogram features in the brand's latest collection. Picture / Getty.

Marni creative director Francesco Risso maintains the brand's love of craft and retro shapes. Picture / Getty.

80s shapes and comic strip motifs from Miuccia Prada at Prada. Picture / Supplied.

Prada. Picture / Supplied.

Dolce & Gabbana tapped rapper and artist Raury Deshawn Tullis for its typically upbeat show. Picture / Getty.

Harmonious colours and relaxed outerwear at Italian staple Salvatore Ferragamo. Picture / Getty.

MSGM updates the classic Baja hoodie. Picture / Getty.

King of Milan fashion week Giorgio Armai's relaxed suiting is a favourite with his clients. Picture / Getty.

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Versace showcased its collection al fresco style, in the family palazzo of via Gesu, where the brand's headquarters are based. Picture / Supplied.

Versace. Picture /Supplied.

Giorgio Armani. Picture / Supplied.

Giorgio Armani. Picture / Supplied.

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