Zenga rounded up Milan Fashion Week on a 60’s note.
Paul Surridge is the latest designer to introduce four button coats, checked turn up trousers and Beetle hair cuts to open a show. A deep, subtle, heavy palette of grey tones teamed with turtlenecks was a consistent theme throughout.
Oversized hooded coats with coloured panels were the statement of the show, we saw subtle patterned trousers, duffle coats and a mass of excellently tailored suits with details such as contrasting arm straps and pockets.
Fabrics used consisted of luxurious wool, mohair and linen. With tones such as mustard, charcoal, maroon and rich tones of blue. The colours all complimented the patterns chosen. By only having two types of print with the solids each look was very easy on the eye.
Our favourite look here at PAUSE had to be the royal blue woollen coat paired with matching grey check trousers and cropped drawstring mac. Very wearable and sharp layering.
Words by Emma Williamson