Some criticized the collections for being too safe, but we think a return to real, wearable clothing was a smart move. Herewith, a quick round-up of our highlights.
Number of models in Dolce & Gabbana's finale, celebrating 20 years of designing menswear.
Slim pants kept getting tucked into tall boots. Attempt at your own risk.
Trussardi 1911, designed by Milan Vukmirovic (owner of Miami's Webster boutique), mixed Japan's prepidemic with British tailoring and a dash of outdoors.
- Eric Jennings, Saks Fifth Ave
Dsquared's bruised and bloodied models wore clothes inspired by slasher films, hockey fights and skinheads.
Thom Browne showed two collaborations: his latest Black Fleece line for Brooks Brothers (left) and his old school sporting collection at Moncler Gamme Bleu.
Burberry Prorsum: "Vienna" by Ultravox. John Varvatos: Various Alberta Cross songs like "Broken Side of Time."
What should I pack for my first business trip?
- Matt, OH
With nearly every airline imposing a baggage fee nowadays, if you can get away with flying with just a carry-on, do it.
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