Calvin Klein, Versace and Dolce & Gabbana are challenging the notion that "you have to suffer for fashion" with their spring/summer 2016 menswear collections.
At the Versace show Donatella sent the models down a runway covered in sand wearing fine fabrics which hang close to the body. The Versace man wears a long tunic untucked beneath a suit, biker or bomber jacket.
Calvin Klein's men's creative director, Italo Zucchelli, said he wanted his spring/summer 2016 collection to capture "the spirit of ease", with relaxed white t-shirts and palm tree motifs offset by a just hint of bondage, with features such as detachable pockets.
Palm trees were also on display at the Dolce & Gabbana show, but this time they made up the backdrop as the models posed in a collection inspired by the Palazzina Cinese, a Chinese palace in Palermo. The D&G look is dominated by floral prints on loose sweatshirts and luxurious pyjama-style suits.
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