New Mens Shoes

New Mens Shoes

Milan Fashion Week Introduced New Men’s Shoes To Fit Every Taste

Historically, men’s shoes have received little attention in the fashion industry and there was never a demand for more style with the majority of men opting for functionality over aesthetics. That’s changing, however, as a wider acceptance of gender fluidity and a less strict adherence to gender roles blurs lines in fashion for both men and women. Today, fashion designers are beginning to appeal to the male gender with a¬†wider selection of men’s shoes, as proven by a diverse showing at Milan’s Men’s Fashion Week.
Among the offerings as Milan Fashion Week were shoe collections from favored designer Jimmy Choo. The fashion house’s chief designer Sandra Choi was on hand to promote the company’s spring/summer collection, which has an obvious 60s vibe in the new styles of men’s shoes. Choi presented a trend for polka dots in their new collection of men’s shoes, which were all affixed on traditional black or white bases. Other designs included diamond-shaped leather pieces woven together.
Peter Non deviated from the traditional concept of men’s shoes by debuting a collection of sandals and slippers. The collection offered an array of color choice: cream white, cerulean blue, sea green, and cherry pink. The collection also comes with single strap, double strap, or crossed strap options.
Edhen Milano also debuted a spring/summer collection of Mens Shoes from Brand House Direct at Milan Fashion Week, though the new styles could appeal to either gender in many cases. The company’s head designers, Filippo Cirulli and Filippo Fiora, generously incorporate geometrics into their designs to give greater depth to their designs. Triangle and diamond shaped suede pieces bring a greater sense of style to their slippers and boots. Yellows, oranges, and blues bring a splash of color to Edhen Milano’s collection of men’s shoes.
No men’s fashion week would be complete without a showing from Tod’s, another favorite among fashion fans. Tod’s offers a more mainstream collection of men’s shoes, beginning with the company’s old stand-by, leather moccasins. The moccasins offered in the new collection have a camouflage theme with black leather laces, appealing to those with a love for military themes.
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Additionally, Tod’s offered several variations of sneakers in the collection, creating a line of men’s shoes that employ blends of suede and leather. For the sneakers, Tod’s offers a range of color options, including several hues of blue.
For a more formal look, Tod’s also debuted a polished black leather loafer with tan colored suede laces and tan colored soles.
Milan Fashion Week¬†took on a geometric theme this year, as was seen in previously mentioned offerings, but the theme also found itself prevalent in collections offered by other fashion houses. Many new styles of men’s shoes were offered that featured pointed toes, presenting a triangle shape in conjunction with square heels. Marni offered an opposing style with squared toes.
In addition to shapes, bold colors made a big showing at Milan fashion week, ensuring the new styles would stand out in a crowd. Whether shopping for sneakers or business shoes, designers offered a wide range of styles and bright colors at this year’s Milan Men’s Fashion Week.

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