By  on January 22, 2009

MILAN — Italian men’s wear designers played it safer on the runways for fall, offering commercial rather than conceptual collections — but adding just enough newness to keep buyers interested.

“I think designers toned down, but appropriately. It seems everything needs a reason for being. They are thinking about the value proposition, and giving the impression of value and quality,” said Eric Jennings, men’s fashion director at Saks Fifth Avenue.

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