Everyone knows men’s fashion isn’t just for the boys. We’re all guilty of slipping into our boyfriend’s, brother’s and dad’s closet and snatching some roomy denim, an oversized blazer or a suave collared shirt. There’s nothing better than some slick, masculine tailoring to bring your outfit to the next level. That’s why, when we sat down to design our brilliant Men’s Shirt, we kept the girls in mind, too. Featuring our beloved vintage prints in super supple stretch cotton, this handy piece will give a swift kick to your summer wardrobe while saving your relationship from a battle over a button-up.

To model our newest masterpiece, we rung up the most stylish pairs we know during Milan Men’s Fashion Week to show just how versatile this little number is. From designers to stylists and entrepreneurs this motley crew of amazingness shows exactly why our Men’s shirt is the must-have of the season for both boys & girls.

Our Models

Vanna Quattrini & Saturnino Celani

Quattrini, a fashion designer, and Celani, a musician-turned-eyewear-designer, model the Lilium and Marinai prints alongside their spunky French Bulldog, Olivia.

Britt Moran & Emiliano Salci

Milan’s hottest young design duo, Britt and Emiliano of Dimore Studio, give the Lilium and Polipo prints a whirl in their Brera headquarters.

Cecilia & Lorenzo Bringheli

Smashing siblings and masterminds behind chic footwear line CB Made In Italy, Cecilia and Lorenzo Bringheli go wild for our Galletti print.

Guglielmo Miani & Ludivine Pont

Perhaps Milan’s most style-centric couple, Larusmiani CEO, Guglielmo, and Communication Director at Moncler, Ludivine, match our Polipo print with legs-for-days.

Chiara Totire & Andrea De Paola

Super stylist Chiara Totire and her man Andrea make the Confetti print pop with their relaxed jean and tee styling of our Men’s Shirt. The perfect choice for tomboy types!

Marta Ferri & Carlo Borromeo

Dress designer Marta and her hunky husband Carlo match our amazing Geometrico print with shades of cream and khaki for a weekend-in-Portofino kind of look. Love it.

– Laura Todd