Following on from the London Collections: Men the fashion crowd, designers and buyers all headed south for Milan men's fashion week.
Proudly flying the British flag, Tinie Tempah sat on the front row of the eagerly anticipated Burberry show. Christopher Bailey delivered a tactile collection full of animal prints and tweeds, neoprene and see-through rubber macs (styled over a heart print), which we fell head over heels for.
Stand out shows included Jil Sander's second menswear collection since her return to the label which bears her name, which told a story of minimal clean lines, pinstripe and refinement. Kenzo's powder and seafoam blue hues and the return of the animal jumper were hits, whilst Calvin Klein showcased elegant and simple looks. Miuccia Prada delivered her most wearable and 'one of the more sophisticated' (in her own words) collections with red and blue hues taking centre stage.
With meggings (that's leggings for men) and then corsets and ruffle-hemmed shorts (as seen at JW Anderson), designers have been pushing the boundaries and having a bit of fun. Versace followed suit and turned heads with their fantastically camp show which featured Adonis-like men clad in lacy underwear. Your thoughts on that via Twitter, please.
Diesel Black Gold signalled the end of the Milan shows today whilst preparations get underway for Paris men's fashion week which starts on Wednesday.