MILAN — It will forever be known as the season of the coat. Milan’s designers turned out enough to dress legions of chilly men in a season that was also strong on traditional tailoring, heritage fabrics, technical materials and the fusion of formal and sporty looks.
“It was all about the coat, with English inspirations such as velvet collars and double-breasted styles,” said Jason Broderick, general merchandise manager of men’s wear and fine watches at Harrods. Tom Kalenderian, executive vice president and general merchandise manager of men’s wear at Barneys New York, agreed:
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