No girls allowed? Save it for the playground. Milan Men’s Fashion Week lived by a different set of rules this season: Anything goes. At Edmund Ooi, men strutted down the catwalk in day dresses while women borrowed from the boys in slouchy suiting at Giorgio Armani. Smack dab in the middle was Gucci, which leveled the playing field with a troupe of androgynous models who all wore ensembles that could bat for both teams. See what happens when we all play nice?
For the best womenswear looks that creeped up at Milan Men’s Fashion Week, peruse the slideshow below.