By and and  on January 20, 2010

MILAN — Italian men’s wear designers smartened up their acts for fall by playing to their strengths and offering a commercially viable selection of informal fare that hit just the right notes with buyers.

“Brands have created good collections for wardrobes,” said Jason Broderick, Harrods’ head of men’s wear buying. “The season wasn’t about specific influences, but about investing in the detail and really building a strong wardrobe.”

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