10. Raf Simons
Heavily distressed and oversize varsity sweaters, maxi puffers and elongated sleeves on white button-downs were some design elements in the Belgian designer’s standout take on American preppy.
9. Alexander McQueen
Sarah Burton showcased her skills as a couturier and tailor with a lineup of refined suits and overcoats she embellished with decorative butterflies and antique sequins in paisley patterns.
8. Ermenegildo Zegna
In his swan song, Stefano Pilati demonstrated his masterful play on proportion, drapy tailoring and embellished workmanship in a collection that captured modern Italian elegance.
7. Tim Coppens
The designer successfully moved beyond his athletic roots with a collection that embraced the key trends of the season, including elongated topcoats, utilitarian references and statement plaids.
6. Dior Homme
Kris Van Assche’s youthful spirit married Nineties skateboard culture and Eighties New Wave in a solid collection of tightly controlled tailoring and luxury outerwear.
5. Louis Vuitton
Kim Jones’ handsome fall show offered up a faint military influence and a wink to French dandies with head-turning shearlings and belted trenches.
4. Ralph Lauren
The king of traditional luxury brought a touch of the American prairie to Milan with his unique blend of Western references, the ski slope and supersharp tailoring.
3. Dries Van Noten
With the Opera Garnier as the backdrop, the Belgian designer’s model army marched out in a lineup of highly embellished uniforms with a dash of psychedelic flair.
Alessandro Michele continued his trip into eccentricity and genderless fashion with his traditional bold colors and rich patterns, mixed this time with cowboy shirts and oversize jean jackets.