From Emporio Armani, Brioni and Zegna came tuxedos of astonishing luminosity; an artsy trompe l’oeil suit from Marni; sleek, almost architectural brogues from Ferragamo and slippers from Max Kibardin; a trademark witty fedora from Borsalino and a decadent robe from Piombo; plus chunky knits from Pringle of Scotland. There were additional fantastic contributions from Salvatore Ferragamo, Gianfranco Ferrè and Dior Homme; seasoned houses such as Bally and Hugo Boss; idiosyncratic tastemaker, Roberto Cavalli; up-and-coming Turkish talent, Umit Benan; and even a black-tie bicycle from innovative bike brand, Abici.

In partnership with L'Uomo VOGUE, these high priests of fashion design have added an unprecedented splash of sparkling individuality to men's classic apparel.