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Gucci Men’s RTW Fall 2009

For Gucci designer Frida Giannini rocked on, once again taking inspiration from the music world.

Dirk Bikkembergs Men’s RTW Fall 2009

In a Milan season teeming with soccer stars, Dirk Bikkembergs took stadium chic to fever pitch,

Alessandro Dell’Acqua Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Trading in futuristic styling and tech-y fabrics for more familiar men’s wear elements, Alessandro Dell’Acqua…

Canali Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Limited-edition suits in the softest cashmere, silk and vicuna made a plush presence as Canali marked its…

Prada Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Miuccia Prada turned out a commercial collection revisiting some elements from her greatest hits of the…

Belstaff Men’s RTW Fall 2009

For its 85th anniversary, Belstaff raided its archives for a medley of edgy leather jackets.

Neil Barrett Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Neil Barrett said men's wear could use an injection of modernity. From his first look Barrett stayed true to…

Emporio Armani Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Giorgio Armani titled his Emporio Armani show “Green Town” to underline to the earthy, countrified flavor of…

Vivienne Westwood Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Westwood's fall guy may have been mud flecked and lugging tools, but he was anything but your average green…

Salvatore Ferragamo Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi's moody palette seeped into Ferragamo designer Massimiliano Giornetti's…

Roberto Cavalli Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Roberto Cavalli's man is a rebellious, globe-trotting hunter/rocker, roaming around in tartans and Navajo…

Gianfranco Ferré Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Ferré designers Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi's collection was a futuristic first foray into men’s…

Bottega Veneta Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Designer Tomas Maier led his customer from last season's everyday jacket and roomy trousers to a slimmer…

Trussardi 1911 Men’s RTW Fall 2009

For Trussardi, polymath designer Milan Vukmirovic referenced English equestrianism. The show opened with his…

Les Hommes Men’s RTW Fall 2009

Designers Tom Notte and Burt Vandebosch outfitted their models like a Renaissance man going into war.