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Gucci unveiled its Spring 2016 menswear collection at Milan Fashion Week under the guidance of recently appointed creative director, Alessandro Michele. After the successful debut of his Pre-Fall 2015 menswear presentation, the Italian designer has been sitting on cloud nine since. For Spring 2016, Michele’s disruptive approach to fashion reared its head once again, existing across a selection of men’s transparent lace shirts, flared trousers, floral-patterned suits, and much more for an affair that obscured gender lines at a time when it’s never been more appropriate.

Staff Writer
Blurred lines.
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