The year began with a big bang for men as we witnessed a style shift at the first big fashion show of the year. The show included new trends in men’s coats, introduction of man bags, cropped pants and even frilled underwear. Here are the best and worst moments of Milan Mens Fashion Week 2013.

Ankle Topping Trousers

Ankle Topping Trousers

Shortened pants that exposed the ankle a little more than required formed a part of the show in the exhibits of DSquared2. The style was seen in almost every part of the show and is sure to become a fashion statement among the young even if it is just a passing fad.

Overcoats and Others

Overcoats and Others

Dolce & Gabbana introduced lovely clothes through their formal and casual wear shirts and jumpers. Whereas Prada gave a fresh look to the conventional overcoats, which became an instant hit among the onlookers in the front row.

Fancy Underwear from Versace

Fancy Underwear from Versace

Versace created drama on the ramp with their introduction of frilly underwear for men. Models were seen parading down in these jaw-dropping undergarments worn under fur coats. You could see people seated at the edge of their seats throughout this show.

Coats to Follow

Coats to Follow

All the big names in the fashion industry came out with their version of the long coat. This year the coats are going to have massive collars and go up to three-quarters in length. Gucci’s blue coat was what stole the show. It set the ramp on fire right from the moment it debuted, until its exit.

Biker Gear

Biker Gear

Martin Cooper specialized in the biker-inspired wear this year. From down vests to matte-treated suits, he left no leaf unturned to create the entire collection into a street style. Even the leather accessories such as gloves, boots and jackets were all leading to the same road.

Man Bags Anyone?

Man Bags Anyone

Trust Fendi to come out with unusual bag styles. Manbags have arrived and are here to stay. Furry bum bags, crocodile portfolios and hard cased prism-shaped bags were all a part of the collection.

Photo Credit: (www.theage.com.au)

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