This week was Milan Fashion Week for men, with the Spring Summer 2019 collections being showcased on the runways. Street style from the 80s and the importance of accessories and footwear were at the forefront of the show. Plus GuidoMaggi’s CEO, Emanuele Briganti was there to highlight Italian elevator footwear…
Direct from the Pitti Immagine Uomo in Florence to the trendy streets of Milan came the world’s fashion elite, there to marvel at the Italian designers’ collections for the spring and summer season of next year. The Milan Fashion Week showcased the trends of the future for menswear and one thing that was evident was that the styles of the past are making a comeback. Trends from the 80s have been reimagined and modernized to create the hottest new looks for 2019.
Milan has been filled with celebrities and stars, all taking notes on the newest fashions for the future season, as well as enjoying the elegant events and exclusive parties. Sky Sports presenter, Diletta Leotta, was among the famous faces to appear, as well as the Italian model and actress, Monica Bellucci, and the renowned fashion blogger, Mariano di Vaio.
The Return of Street Style. And Elevator Shoes are the Stars.
Around Milan we have seen the return of past trends as they make their way in a reimagined way to our wardrobes. Street style will be just as important next year as it is this year. But next year’s collections will be seeing an 80s influence, as well as channelling the current trend of 90s styles.
One thing that will be sticking around till next summer is the sportswear inspired aesthetic. Think sneakers, logos and a general casual street feel. Many of the designers were taking other aspects into consideration when creating their pieces, such as rockstar chic and military detailing.
Keeping in line with the trendy street theme, the CEO of GuidoMaggi wore the Denim elevator sneakers with a fresh blue and white outfit for a clean, casual look. These high top sneakers are an ideal choice for adding a fresh, trendy look to any outfit. They are handcrafted in Italy using two tone denim, with ripped detailing and stylish stars printed on the fabric. As well as being light and comfortable, they can add an additional 4 inches to your height in a discreet way that only you will know it’s there. These elevator shoes are on trend right now and channel that 80s trend seen on the runways at Milan Fashion Week for Spring Summer 19, so they will keep you stylish even in the future.