Milan Wrap: Gucci, Giorgio Armani, and Dsquared
Suede shorts are not for every man, granted, but the fit is impeccable. As for the printed shirt—it's classic Gucci, but should only be worn if you like the spotlight.
If you want to make a tux jacket a little less formal and a lot more sexy, take Gucci's lead and pair a silky inky two-button with trim white pants.
Even though we're always recommending fitted jackets and trousers, Giorgio Armani shows how slouchy can be both well tailored and modern.
Three's a charm. Atypical patterned suits, like these sharp gingham two-buttons, are lightweight and unexpected.
A closer look at the pattern: Gingham isn't just for shirts anymore.
Saturday Night Fever's Tony Manero is alive and well and looking hotter than ever. There is a time and place for these throwback jeans—we just need to think of one.
The preppies are coming. Embrace color and embellishment, especially if it's a pocket square stuffed into the pocket of a yellow short sleeve sweatshirt.
If the set—a chic early eighties apartment—and the soundtrack—Blondie's "Call Me,"—weren't dead giveaways about the inspiration for Dsquared's show, then the Julian T-shirt was. Julian, of course, was the name of Richard Gere's character in 1980's American Gigolo.
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