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milan fashion week men's spring/summer 2025 trend report

MILAN FASHION WEEK MEN’S SPRING/SUMMER 2025 TREND REPORT

The hype is real. Milan Fashion Week men’s biggest trends reveal how men’s fashion weeks might soon outshine women’s. Discover the biggest trends of Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 2025 below. Cover image: courtesy of Fendi, Gucci, Valentino

MILAN FASHION WEEK MEN’S SPRING/SUMMER 2025

Moschino returned to the Milan Fashion Week Men’s schedule with its new creative director, Adrian Appiolaza. The stakes were high, and expectations were surpassed. Appiolaza wasn’t the only debutant. David Koma, based in Londen, and Martine Rose, a London-based designer, also chose Milan for their menswear debuts. They weren’t the only Brits at Milan Fashion Week; JW Anderson and Dunhill left their mark with opulent fabrics, bold silhouettes, and modern tailoring.

Fendi’s centenary celebration stood out. Silvia Venturini Fendi presented a varsity-themed collection that seamlessly blended heritage and contemporary edge, perhaps one of the house’s best menswear collections. And as good as many collections were, there was no show as anticipated as Gucci’s menswear collection. Unlike any other, Gucci’s Sabato de Sarno set the tone for the season ahead. But when replaying the shows in our minds, there were similarities between his designs and those of others. Find below the biggest Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 2025 trends.

OUT OF OFFICE

Undoubtedly, Summer 2025 will be all about the trench coat—not in a formal setting, but rather one accompanied by shorts, funky boots, and future-proof sunglasses—the ideal formal chic out-of-office look. The new slouchy look works well in any urban environment and is tailored to a modern lifestyle.


THE BIG REVEAL

Showing skin isn’t reserved for the ladies anymore. With fading gender norms, some looks addressed the gender bender Alessandro Michele introduced at his Gucci menswear debut. John Richmond bravely ditched the shirt in general, Gucci opted for see-through fabrics, Prada for a bare bellybutton, and Moschino left most of its shirts unbuttoned. And why wouldn’t you? We live in a free world – or, at least, that’s what they say about living in the 21st century. Agree or not, designers took the chance for their models to break free from expectations, replacing traditional standards for menswear.


CAMPUS KID

One’s never too old for the varsity trend. This season, the look gets a glamorous makeover as classic collegiate style meets with a contemporary edge. Emporio Armani’s latest collection draws inspiration from equestrian elegance, featuring tailored pieces in rich earthy tones and sumptuous fabrics that breathe a refined sporty chic.

Marking its centenary in style, Fendi integrates its iconic double-F emblem into varsity-inspired knitwear and outerwear, merging timeless heritage with cutting-edge design. Meanwhile, Prada and Magliano present sleek renditions, showcasing fitted cardigans, preppy shorts, and trousers in delicate pastel shades adorned with whimsical motifs.


TINY SHORTS

Sabato de Sarno’s new signature? Ultra-short shorts. One could argue that the shorter the shorts, the better – what’s in the name. With the introduction of these shorts, De Sarno closed Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring/Summer 2025. Speaking of going out with a bang…



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