It’s day 3 of Milan Fashion Week and Magliano started off the day by showcasing its SS24 collection, and it was the Italian brand’s biggest collection to date. The devil is in the detail has never been truer than for this collection, which felt very Magliano with all its layering and laid-back looks, but was elevated with small features you may have missed if you blinked at the wrong time.
Having recently won LVMH’s Karl Lagerfeld Prize, all eyes were on Luca Magliano this season, and he did not disappoint. With his usual dishevelled take on menswear, this season saw Magliano step into a more fun side of its brand, by showcasing graphic tees and “Magliano” painted backs of tees, jackets and a knitted Christmas jumper.
The accessories were also amped up this season, with a model wearing a short, furry white scarf, matched with a sheer black overtop, while another wore a cardigan-like chain piece slung onto his torso. While some accessories are technically clothing, others aren’t, with one model wearing a pin-striped grey suit going for a cigarette as his accessory of choice.
On other looks, the details came in a much subtler form. One look also featured the dainty chain detailing, but used as a belt that wasn’t closed off at the front of the trousers. That model also wore two layers of white tank tops, with two black graphics on the chest, which were tied off at the front of the trousers. We’re not sure how the construction quite works here but we’re definitely going to need a closer look.
We also saw a tiny, silver pinned “NO” on a black top, paired with a matching knitted cardigan, showcasing MAGLIANO’s attention to detail, which has never been this elevated. With a Karl Lagerfeld Prize now under his belt, we can expect a whole load more elevated details while still keeping his overall relaxed aesthetic from the young Italian designer.
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