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Youthful designers injected energy into the third day Sunday of Milan Fashion Week menswear previews for next spring and summer.At Prada, young does not translate to streetwear, even if there were sneakers. The new plastic square logo on nearly every garment, including the folded turtleneck, was strictly an ironic answer to prevailing trends.Against previous intentions, elegant at Prada translated into sexy – i.e. short shorts for men – and at times playful – big stuffed aviator hats made for summer despite the decidedly wintery earflaps, mostly in Prada's trademark black vinyl.The looks amounted to basic mix and match, layer or not: straight trousers, turtlenecks, shirts and jackets, and the short-shorts, which Prada called "a miniskirt" for men.A striped strap worn across the chest, apparently binding the upper arms, was an accessory, not part of the garment, as was made clear when a model sported one bare-chested.Rimini is celebrated in slouchy knitwear with the city's name in rainbow colors, worn with striped denim shorts layered over longer boxers, but also in the tangerine shorts and lime green swimming briefs.
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