Milan Fashion Week: when the wrist takes centre stage
In anticipation of the next Milan Fashion Week, dedicated to women’s fashion, let’s take a look at the trends and novelties for men presented in January on the Milanese capital’s catwalks.
The differences between men’s and women’s clothes are getting thinner: skirts, trouser skirts, one-shoulder dresses and long jumpers that become real dresses. These are just some of the details of the Milan Fashion Week shows, but there is no shortage of timeless garments such as dolce vita jumpers, made with fabrics that do not imprison shapes, enhancing the personality of the look. Monochrome triumphs, with functional and elegant garments. But it is the attention to detail and accessories that captures the attention of the industry. During the Milan Fashion Week shows, garments were presented in harmony, but also in contrast, with watches and smartwatches, with precious bracelets and original cufflinks in both materials and form.
While garments are now genderless, accessories have a definite character, representing a real meeting point between different generations and lifestyles: and the wrist is in the foreground.
Jewellery on the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week
One of the trendiest and most precious accessories presented during Milan Fashion Week is certainly the bracelet. Whether they are made of gold, silver, steel or other materials, they are able to give class and style, defining the personality of the wearer. Not to mention cufflinks, timeless and never outdated, they can embellish a simple white shirt with a touch of light.
Pisa Diamanti offers a wide selection of rhodium-plated white gold tennis bracelets embellished with diamonds, black diamonds and brilliant-cut sapphires. Even with the most elegant outfit, they give a sober sparkle that makes them to all intents and purposes the new jewellery for men! Thanks to their versatility and infinite customisation possibilities, they are suitable for any look, from formal to streetwear. Just go to the Flagship Store of Pisa Orologeria to design together with our team of experts the tennis bracelet that best suits you.
Cufflinks, on the other hand, are timeless: in white or rose gold, with onyx or mother-of-pearl, they have become iconic. It is perhaps the oldest piece of men’s jewellery: the history of this accessory dates back to the 13th century, but it was not until the Renaissance that it became an essential part of the clothing of the English nobility and bourgeoisie.
In the Pisa Diamanti version, the famous Pisa logo, in the shape of a labyrinth, pins an extremely personal jewel with an unmistakable taste.
Discover the Pisa Diamanti collections dedicated to men on sale exclusively at the Flagship Store of Pisa Orologeria in via Verri 7 in Milan, or on Pisa Circle, our digital showcase.