Maxi earrings and brooches all over. On the latest men's catwalks for the next winter 2019/20, the jewel unveils its alpha side, in a scenario from Fellini’s Dolce Vita, in which the men's jewel does not fear boundaries
Tuesday, 15 January 2019,
by Federica Frosini
After Florence arrives Milan. Closed the 95th edition of Pitti Immagine, with a slowdown of Italian buyers and strengthening of foreign ones, there is great expectation for the Milanese numbers. The Milanese catwalks, which are experiencing an unusual season, with great absentees (read Giorgio Armani), talented debuts and historical brands that consolidate the power of Made in Italy, are offering us plenty of opportunities for reading. And from our precious observatory, we can only consider an objective fact: women leave their coffret-à-bijoux to men! Yes, because for the next winter 2019/20 the jewel overflows in the male wardrobe, with everyday objects pinned to jackets and shirts, revealing the sexy side of brooches and pins. And while Prada puts all of her "knights" clutched in leather carrying everything, Versace steals gold clips from the chancellery of the office to ironyily embellish the coats of her boys, it is with Moschino that the jewel goes beyond any gender boundary, bringing back in vogue maxi chandelier earrings, as opulent recalls of that baroque Rome and Fellini memory, which Jeremy Scott wanted so strongly to revive through his genderless egéries.