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Milano Fashion

Loro Piana

This concept is based on neoclassicism and men’s clothing. It also reflects the combination of neo-classical style and modern times. Plaid fabrics are enriched with leather-linen-wool piping details, used aspecially on the collars, arms and pockets of the designs. Art also influenced the clothes’ tailoring. A transformation of men’s suits started at that time. During the neoclassicism, a new male silhouette emerged with special details in dress and tailoring. For the remainder of fashion history, men’s fashion changed much more slowly than women’s attire. Prior to this period, male and female dress were equally grand and flamboyant. Men still wore a coat, a waistcoat, a shirt, pants, and a cravat.