Cavalli catered for all temperatures, going from jumpers and thickish, holey scarves to tight colorful swimwear. Leather belts were tied around jackets, some with no collars.
presented what it called an "extended meditation" on the jacket, starting with an unlined, light, pajama-inspired jacket in printed cotton or cashmere and moving on to "double" jackets of two monochromatic layers.
Designer Tomas Maier also sent out models in blazers in knit and jersey, finishing with a white shantung silk dinner jacket.
"Thinking about menswear clothes, for me the most important item is the jacket," Maier told Reuters after the show. "I also like the fact that the man is more covered. There is a lot of nudity out there and I think it is a little bit too much."