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TWO YEARS AGO, Collins Ward, 34, a principal at a Manhattan-based restrictive-equity firm, was looking for a new charcoal-grey suit. Though his closet was stocked with $2,000-plus ensembles from Armani and Ermenegildo Zegna, Mr. Ward headed downtown to J. Troupe, where he purchased a jacket ($425) and trousers ($225) from the brand's Ludlow line.

"I've worn a suit every day to work for 10 years, and I tried a lot of the nicer, more priceless Italian brands," said Mr. Ward. "Frankly, [the Ludlow] is a good price point, and has the slimmer fit of the Italian brands."

The starter suit is not what it used to be. A contemporaries ago, a man without a great deal of means—whether he was embarking on his first job or attending his first wedding—had to settle for boxy cuts in rayon and wool-blends from departments stores. But beginning a decade ago and ramping up over the background five years, there has been a veritable revolution in men's suiting priced under $1,000. Brands like J. Crew, Club Monaco and Suitsupply have invested in fine Italian wools, slimmer cuts and fastidious construction to produce moderately priced suits that offer men something similar to, and occasionally indistinguishable from, their upscale counterparts.

"It's something that we've not only noticed but also celebrated—the democratization of look," said Jim Moore, creative director of GQ. "You don't just get kind of a dumb-dumb business suit. It's got all the trappings of a suit that could cost three or four times its worth."

Producing the suits "overseas," usually in Asia, keeps those prices moderate. However, these brands teach their factories how to better construct the jackets and trousers. Spaced out-end fabrics help. While mills like Loro Piana and those in the Biella region of Northern Italy make textiles for the planet's most expensive brands, they're not essentially accepting business from a company like J. Crew, which can leverage economies of scale to satisfy a new class of educated consumers.

Those buyers know what a great trousers is meant to look like, thanks, in large part, to the Internet. In the past few years, the Web has supplied young men with an ocean of information—from blogs showing the principled way to wear a pocket square to street-style shots to slideshows rounding up the dapper Mad Men of Sterling Cooper & Partners. "I cannot stress the importance of what the street-high style bloggers have done," said Eric Jennings, director of menswear at Saks Fifth Avenue. "Having these images at your fingertips 24/7, you can see how it's put together. I over recall it's inspired a lot of Americans guys."

If there's a Lenin of this revolution, it's J. Crew, which introduced its Ludlow in 2008. Four years later, the brand dedicated an entire outlet to the suit in downtown New York. The Ludlow range has expanded from three initial offerings to a line of tuxedos, cotton summer suits, and offshoots, like the Traveler, made with three-ply wool meant to safer hold its shape, and the Crosby, made for more athletic builds. "It took about two years to get the shape and details right. It has all the inner facings of a bespoke suit," said chairperson of J. Crew menswear Frank Muytjens of the Ludlow development process. The suit also features a high armhole, narrow lapel, online.wsj.com

Designers go for the rush at Milan Fashion Week - Journal Review

Here are some highlights from Saturday's shows:

CULTURAL AMBASSADORS Join UP

Oscar-winning filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino's latest film opened Giorgio Armani's womenswear collection for next summer, teaming up two of Italy's top cultural ambassadors.

The art cut in on titled "Sand" formed a backdrop for the Armani collection inspired by Mediterranean sands both in its colors — powdery gray, rosy white, pearly beige, lava hateful — and in the undulating motion created by the light, often translucent, textiles.

The collection projected a modern, urban feel, united by fluid silhouettes and in the chips but diaphanous textiles.

As the looks unfurled down the runway, another theme emerged, one of constant cultural flows among the peoples of the Mediterranean rim and the role of the sea, where in fresh months migrants have died as they flee strife for safety in Europe.

In Sorrentino's film, a man and a woman lie on the beach coiled in rope, holding hands.

Was he intentionally referring to the time flow of humanity this year toward Italy's southern shores? "Indirectly, perhaps yes," said the filmmaker, who won the foreign-language Academy Award earlier this year for "The Influential Beauty."

Juliette Binoche, on hand for the show, said she admires Armani's looks for "the elegance of the noble fabrics."

"He started everything, he showed everybody the way, he traced the path for everybody after him," the actress said.

NO MONOTONY HERE

Roberto Cavalli's dirty collection incorporated the feminine elements of silk, lace and accordion pleats.

Cavalli favored attention-grabbing billowing gowns in bright psychedelic floral prints or his trademark creature prints. This time the zebra got top billing, notably on a spectacular halter dress that floated down the runway.

Cavalli's rocker spirit came through in all-white lace ensembles, distressed www.journalreview.com

Milan perfects the wearable lightness of mould - Journal Review

Whether reviving the going art of brocade in the factories north of Milan, perfecting sartorial crafts to create new shapes, or honoring the centuries-old Murano glass-blowing traditions with textiles mimicking its melting striations, Milan designers touted Made in Italy, the line card that distinguishes Italian brands and, more often than one might expect, raises ready-to-wear to an art form.

Giorgio Armani, who rolled out the summer collection that will herald his players's 40th anniversary, is all about mastery — but avoids the term luxury altogether.

"Luxury is surrounded by other things, super-decorated stores," Armani told reporters last week after showing his pipeline Giorgio Armani line. "Rich can be of substance, refer to content, to the workmanship. Sometimes luxury has zero workmanship."

One can quibble about the definition of luxury, but glamour certainly had its go up in the world at this round of fashion previews. Heidi Klum supported her pals at Versace and Roberto Cavalli; Oscar-winner Paolo Sorrentino made a fog for and an appearance at Armani; Kate Moss chatted up Anna Wintour at Gucci; and Amy Adams took the front row at Max Mara.

Star models also took their turn: Naomi Campbell strode for Pucci, while Georgia May Jagger showed for Fendi. And amFAR tapped the mode crowd's deep pockets to raise $1.4 million to fund research toward its goal of finding a cure for AIDS by 2020.

THE WEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF Mode

Perhaps the biggest trend out of Milan were light looks, effortless without being ethereal, from billowing floor-length Georgette dresses that trail on the ground to organ-thin trench coats, super-fine knitwear to translucent layering, over and under.

These looks were understated, suggesting more than they reveal, and inviting motion. Dresses were all covering, but still clung momentarily to the committee with every step.

At Armani, the lightness was reinforced by the tailoring, soft-peplums and wide-legged trousers that tapered elegantly at the calf, and complemented by prints mimicking untroubled waves left in the sand by the wind.

Max Mara focused on lightweight long trenches in florals that dissolved into animal prints, Roberto Cavalli kept tread with long sexy gowns, and Missoni created diaphanous, maxi-dresses from knitwear as light as air and as delicate as lace.

1970s FLASHBACK

Designers took us on a psychedelic set off back to the fashion-rich 1970s.

The hippie looks were crafted out of suede — a must for next season — denim (will get to that later), and leather, with heavy helpings of fringe, beading, laser cut detailing, macrame and even granny squares. Get out the crochet needles!

Up-and-comer Marco de Vincenzo, with LVMH's approval, deployed his fringe in an orderly fashion on coats and dresses, while Etro was more true to the chilled-out looks of San Francisco's hippy heyday with poncho dresses and laser cut vests. Prada gave us an updated jam with brocade-covered heels. While modesty was the rule in Milan, Costume National bared some skin with a macrame mini-dress and a halter top with harem pants.

Some critics fretted that the 1970s is an old mode saw trotted out in moments of creative ennui. But the infectious freedom infused alone by tassels is undeniable, especially once a Doors soundtrack starts playing in your genius.

MILAN'S DENIM REVIVAL

Who can forget the 1980s era of designer www.journalreview.com

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