By and and  on January 15, 2020

MILAN — Are boys going to wear a suit next fall? Yes, according to the international retailers who attended Milan Men’s Fashion Week, which closed with the Gucci show on Tuesday. A more sartorial look was one of the major highlights of the week, with brands taking a significant step back from a more street-centric aesthetic. In fact, there was hardly any streetwear in sight. 

“Leaving behind a street-focused period, we have entered a new phase where the idea of dressing up properly is taking center stage,” said Tsum men’s fashion director Riccardo Tortato. “Also those brands which are more fashion-oriented are rediscovering their more sophisticated roots.” 

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