Simplicity was the key word at Calvin Klein Collection, which held a low-key static presentation in Milan following the exit of former men’s creative director Italo Zucchelli, as well as women’s creative director Francisco Costa. (The brand, as WWD has reported exclusively earlier, is widely expected to tap Raf Simons as creative director next month overseeing all the brand’s collections and marketing.) A range of men’s staples was on display on mannequins. These included clean one button and double-breasted blazers, varsity jackets with shirting collars and workwear-inspired front pocket shirts. For a hint of athleticism, a fishnet T-shirt with leather inserts was layered over a sweatshirt and matched with relaxed pleated pants. Following seasons of statement shows, Calvin Klein Collection is definitely expected to offer more next season.