By  on June 17, 2019

MILAN — Retailers are saying goodbye to streetwear and logos for spring, embracing relaxed tailoring and plays on colors and textures.

“It’s been a strong season in Milan with a return to a softer, cleaner approach to dressing,” said Justin Berkowitz, Bloomingdale’s men’s fashion director. “While the streetwear influence has mostly gone by the wayside, we have seen some lasting effects of the overall casualization of a man’s wardrobe parse out to interesting combinations of soft tailoring and sportswear in relaxed, easy volumes.”

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