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Billionaire: Zippy Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

Billionaire represents power and influence. The first look or the first impression explains a way of life, and with Billionaire, a man passes from incognito to classy and sophisticated—a man of society who shines with the spark of his fire, exudes his strength, who is sure of himself like a billionaire.

During Billionaire’s Spring/Summer 2018 fashion show in Milan, we discovered a collection that demonstrates the dexterity of the Philipp Plein Group-owned Italian brand through each of the pieces shown to la crème de la crème of the Italian high society.

The show exudes charisma and an uncontrollable aura, with a palette of sunflower yellow, turquoise blue, fluorescent pink, grass green, and vermilion. A sensational, sexy model, divine and beautiful, wore a new men’s jumpsuit-pajama, an Adonis in a satin combination. And so many jackets! Tailored jackets in different shades with pockets, buttons, patch pockets. Golden coats and embroidered ruby ​​guns. Sophisticated jackets, neatly sewn in black, beige, imperial yellow, avocado green, and sea blue. Elegant straight shorts, sports pants, sweaters and shirts reflect a prism of varying shades: ivory and white platinum; sapphire, Persian, and royal blue; grenadine red; blushing coral. Even denim made a stealthy appearance among these daring pieces. The tuxedo also has its place in this complete collection for men.

The accessories were superb in their own right: gloves, leather belts and flashy crocodile coats. The refined Italian elegance of designer shoes did not disappoint: slippers, loafers, sneakers and moccasins adorned with leather, soft velvet and crocodile.

A breathtaking show where the virility could melt even the iciest of hearts showcased models straight from a James Bond film. No one but Philipp Plein, creator of the Swiss-German label that bears his name, could sell better men’s fashion—a dash of audacity in a beautiful collection that captivates attention. All men need to look like Billionaire.

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