The autumn/winter 2015 menswear shows paved the way for androgynous fashion. Gucci, Vivienne Westwood and Dior challenged gender stereotypes with feminine cuts and played with textures to create ambiguous ensembles. For SS16 gender fluidity was still very evident, with Gucci once again leading the way with pleated, voluminous trousers, silk suits and summer trenches. Jeremy Scott once again proved that Moschino is king of the catwalk, with Moschino’s racer boys wearing crowns and medallions down the runway. One of the least conventional trends to emerge from Milan Men’s Fashion Week SS16 is socks with sandals, with Calvin Klein, Marni and Versace breaking traditional fashion taboos. Here, we offer our rundown of the top seven trends from Milan Men's Fashion Week SS16.