Men’s Fashion

Milan Men’s Fashion Week Sees Brands Switch Back From Coed Format

MILAN Prominent returns and several debuts will mark the upcoming Milan Men’s Fashion Week, slated to run from June 17 to 21. But don’t expect Zegna to kick off the week with its usual Friday slot. This season the brand is actually wrapping up the physical events on June 20, opting to stage its runway show at 7 p.m. at the Oasi Zegna reserve in Trivero, a two-hour ride from Milan.

“It will be the occasion to experience a special place, which embodies the values of the brand but also of Italy and sustainability: that link between man and nature that we have to push forward,” said Carlo Capasa, president of the Camera della Moda on Wednesday, unveiling the official calendar.

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Kilts for Men? The Newest (Yet Oldest) Fashion Trend We’re Obsessing Over

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You may have noticed that kilts for men are making a major comeback in 2022.

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As an iconic Scottish menswear staple since the 16th century, the kilt is a (most-of-the-time) plaid, skirt-like garment that embodies both heritage and tradition. It’s synonymous with most Scottish and Gaelic cultures and can be seen draping men and boys at events like weddings, christenings and at parades alongside bagpipes.

This regional fashion statement is enjoying an unexpected resurgence here in the 21st century. To better understand the kilts for men trend, we spoke with Howie Nicholsby, a Scottish kilt designer and the creator and director of 21st Century Kilts.

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Johnson County chain store closes after 5 years in Leawood

Suitsupply offers men’s suits, as well as shirts, ties, sunglasses and more.

Suitsupply offers men’s suits, as well as shirts, ties, sunglasses and more.


After five years in Leawood, Amsterdam-based Suitsupply has closed its retail shop in Town Center Crossing and plans to relocate in the Kansas City metro.

The privately held men’s fashion brand was founded in 2000 and now has more than 121 stores worldwide.

A company spokeswoman described it as a one-stop shop for men’s fashions. Its suits are made from Italian fabrics and tailored while the customer waits, usually in about 30 minutes for basic alterations on pants. (Larger alterations on jackets have a turnaround of three days.) It also sells shirts, ties, shorts, sunglasses, bags and more. It offers custom-made items at all of its stores and online.

She wasn’t able to share the new metro location yet. But area real estate sources said the company has been looking at two Crossroads sites.

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Will Calvin Klein’s ‘pregnant man’ be able to find baby formula?

Only a few years ago, the news of a baby formula shortage in the country would have been considered as believable as the idea of men having babies. After all, this is the United States, the world’s superpower and economic giant. Surely, there could never be a baby formula shortage, and an actual shortage would be as preposterous as the idea that men could bear children. Yet, here we are, in the bizarro world that is Joe Biden’s America, where men can have babies, but there is no formula available to feed them.

Calvin Klein, the famous fashion company, has entered into the transgender propaganda madness by featuring a “pregnant man” in one of its latest ads, posted on its Instagram page. In case anyone has somehow forgotten basic biology, men cannot have babies — never have, never will. Thinking otherwise contradicts legitimate science and is sheer lunacy. However,

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