Green taffeta short-suits and pulled up socks provided an alternative spin on traditional tailoring.
Layering of garments and a juxtaposition of prints was central to the collection.
This summer's colour-blocking trend continues through until next year
Classic sports wear in muted colours.
Sleeveless tank tops and plaid trousers continue the golfing theme as seen at Prada
Traditional single-breasted tailoring was also on the agenda at Lacroix.
Designer, Nicola Formaichetti, said of the mint hue 'that green represented the blood of the digital era. IIf this technology has a kind of color, for me it was a neon green."
Innovative fabrics are central to Nicola Formichetti's boundary-breaking fashion
More saleable items were sent down the runway alongside the more extreme creations.
The main inspirations for the collection were the work of photographers Herb Ritts and Bruce Weber, sport and Greek mythology
Italian label EHUD continued the futuristic theme with metallic fabrics and quirky styling.
The male models wore lipstick in a variety of summer shades.
Colourful tailoring was once again rife on the runway.
White garments with black accessories created this monochromatic look.
Another trend that has been widespread on the men's spring/summer runways: shirt-less suits.