Italian Style: The Best Dressed Men in Milan This Week

Journalists, bloggers and designers donned their best suit jackets.

Milan Fashion Week
This unidentified, bomber-jacketed man could be a model. (Photo via BFA)
Motofumi Poggy Kogi
Is the clothing buyer for United Arrows wears what could be 2015's Pharrell hat?
Mariano Di Vaio
The menswear blogger wears a mint green pocket square. (Photo via BFA)
Alessandro Squarzi
A favorite of The Sartorialist, Mr. Squarzi stuck with earth tones. (Photo via BFA)
Gianni Fontana
Mr. Fontana, a journalist, wore a plaid suit. (Photo via BFA)
Sang Woo Kim
The model wears totally unexpected baggy, tapered slacks. (Photo via BFA)
Milan Fashion Week
Three stylish men. (Photo via BFA)
Milan Fashion Week
One man wears a purple turtleneck with a pink suit. (Photo via BFA)
Godfrey Deeny
The editor-at-large of El Figaro donned winter-white skinny jeans. (Photo via BFA)
Declan Chan
The stylist shows the visible-ankle trend isn't going anywhere. (Photo via BFA)
Giotto Calendoli
The blogger and stylist who helps run The Atelier wears rumpled neutrals. (Photo via BFA)
Nick Wooster
The designer keeps it simply in black. (Photo via BFA)
Alex Badia
The WWD fashion editor wraps up in a gray coat. (Photo via BFA)

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Now that Milan’s menswear fashion week has wrapped, let us revisit the week’s best looks.

Dandies attired in ankle-bearing pants, robe-like coats and even head-to-toe plaid abounded. Monochromatic looks, with garments whose textures varied despite being the same color, appeared to rule the streets.

Click through our slideshow and be careful not to overlook a single pocket square in these lush, detailed ensembles.

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