Milan Men Fashion Week Fall Winter 2015: Stella Jean

Dear Shaded Viewers,

one of the best collection I’ve seen is Stella Jean, who has designed a collection lots of men will for sure die to wear. A mix of Rajasthan-inspired colors and fabrics for a man that seeks inspiration in India but updates his wardrobe in a very contemporary way. Stella tempered the Indian influences, putting together European and Indian styles in a melting pot of culturally different prints and patterns. Ms Jean constructed jackets with rich textiles combined with soft woolen pants with jodhpur effects on leather and bright paisley-patterned ankle boots. Cropped duffle coats, knitted sweaters in slim, slightly elongated silhouettes, comfy blazers with cozy velvet shawl-collars.?? British checked Sahariana jackets go together with high-waits belts printed with African motifs defined a modern gentleman wearing bicolor brogues. Colorful multiculturalism is the key of a collection that outlines bourgeois shapes and high-impact prints. 



Giorgia Cantarini

Fashion has always been her true calling since she started working as fashion editor and stylist with publications of the likes of Made05, Rolling Stone, Grazia, Glamour,, i-d,,, La Repubblica and Hunger, always cultivating a side interest in artistic perfumery and everything curious, from travels to music, from food to digital. She is also contributor for VOGUE ITALIA for the talents section and Esquire Italy. Her passion lies in discovering new fashion trends, emerging designers and interviewing interesting people all over the world. She also has started to work as stylist for shows and presentations, among the brands Giorgia works with you can find: Situationist, Ssheena, Ellassay, Birkenstock. Diane Pernet is her mentor and one of the most important people in Giorgia’s life.