MILAN — World Cup fever and men’s fashion week in Milan collided, producing a plethora of sneakers — even in suede, a big trend for next spring. Cases in point: Sergio Rossi’s multicolored styles; Church’s all-white, Wimbledon-inspired designs; Gianvito Rossi’s first men’s capsule collection, and Salvatore Ferragamo, which introduced its more casual line, Ferragamo World.
But a man has to make a living, too. Several powerhouse Italian brands introduced leather cases for iPads, such as Tod’s and Valextra, and compact briefcases, such as Furla.
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