MILAN — The shows here further boosted the confidence of international men’s wear buyers, delivering a range of strong, modern, summery, colorful and print-heavy collections.
“I think the message is clear that sportswear and separate jackets are driving business, apart from knits and wovens. There was a very strong presentation on tailoring, but it was decidedly more focused on separates,” said Tom Kalenderian, executive vice president and general merchandise manager of men’s wear at Barneys New York. Designers were focusing on putting forward collections that differentiate spring from fall, he noted.
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