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D&G | Milan Menswear Spring/Summer 2012

Spring/Summer 2012 is definitely the season of the patterns. Burberry scratched the surface, Prada dived deeper and now the ever-youthful D&G dives even deeper! I always fall in love with every D&G collection, but this one literally reinvents all the others and creates a whole new revolution in the definition of denim, eccentric paisley patterns and shapes. Patterned hats, some made of straw were worn atop patterned shirts and shorts, combined with deconstructive denim, denim blazers, denim shirts and the most amazing loafers I’ve seen this season.  These along with bomber jackets, sunglasses, bags and great swimwear came down the runway worn by male model favorites like David Agbodji, Simon Nessman, Corey Baptiste and Sam Webb. This was my favorite collection hands-down for the season, but let’s see if that changes in the days to come. With words being inadequate enough to describe this great collection, check out my favorite photos below and then the entire collection.

images courtesy | GQ
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3 responses »

  1. A whole lot of print pattern in the coming summer. Interesting!

  2. I am so looking forward to have a proper look through all the menswear shows. The D&G one looks really colourful and that´s good according to me, and also, D&G love having their models walk out like in an army- i quite like that.

  3. I think the stampede of men adds to the manliness of D&G haha! 🙂 It’s fun.

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