Z Zegna Menswear Spring Summer 2014 Milan

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Z Zegna Menswear Spring Summer 2014 Milan

Z Zegna wrapped up fashion week here with a slew of unique looks to the season and maybe even some pointers for spring summer 2015.  

Paul Surridge amped up his collection with a multitude of relaxed, refreshing designs. Complex textures and patterns mirrored the flowing ripples of river water and the rain-kissed ridges of a tree trunk on unrefined, raw yet elegant looks.

Minimalism of Japanese fashions was a prominent feature on the runway.

Loose-fitting linen pants, kimono-inspired dress shirts and exaggerated cummerbunds posing a strong resemblance to an obi sash were a few pieces that made this array really pop.

Tunics, cotton bed shirts and relaxed jackets were paired with loose fitting pants, turning this segment of the show into a little bit of a pajama party.  

The collection was fused with an urban feel with a two toned black and green blazer trench, silky tuxedo jackets in blue and grey and a boxy double breasted, lapel-less white suit.

Denim jackets and summer raincoats, were colored in various pastels like lemon, lilac, clay and powdered pink.

In terms of footwear, strappy sandals took center stage in black, brown, white and silver tones, obfuscating the roles of day and evening wear, certainly for a guy who doesn't feel the need to dress to impress.

- Sofia Celeste