Source: Tod's
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Ralph Lauren Skis, Fendi Croakies: The Accessories You'll Obsess Over this Fall

Eleven men's accessories that got us most excited during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016.

And with Giorgio Armani’s black-clad bow at the end of the catwalk at Teatro Armani, that’s a wrap on Milan Fashion Week.

Despite the plethora of beautiful, memorable looks and collections, the autumn/winter 2016 season will easily be remembered as the one a 21-year-old Internet sensation named Cameron Dallas (go ahead, Google him) overshadowed a collective industry by just … showing up. The California native’s attendance at the Calvin Klein show caused such pandaemonium (think: Beatlesmania for the über-savvy You Tube generation), the likes of which not even hardcore fashion veterans had ever seen before (not even for Kanye). Needless to say, we admittedly may not have known who the heck this kid was four days ago, but we certainly do now.

And while we may still be talking about our near trampling as we exited Italo Zucchelli’s Nordic-chic Calvin show, there is indeed plenty to talk about the fashions. Such as how a lot of menswear designers are really trying to make fur happen, or the near-perfectness of such collections as Bottega Veneta and Bally, and all the killer accessories that were on view. Especially the accessories. There were so many standout shoes, bags, jewelry (brooches for men?), and hats this year (with the exception maybe of those embroidered, angora-knit animal beanies at Gucci).  

Here's a roundup of where we're putting our money this fall.

Prada Handbags & Quirky Keychains

Miuccia Prada showed her strongest Prada collection in many seasons, one inspired by a sea voyage back in time. The standout pieces: the new handbags for him and her strapped across the models, plus the quirky keychains accompanying most of the male looks.

Miuccia Prada showed her strongest Prada collection in many seasons, one inspired by a sea voyage back in time. The standout pieces: the new handbags for him and her strapped across the models, plus the quirky keychains accompanying most of the male looks.

Photographer: Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Canali Driving Gloves

Models seen wearing Canali Driving Gloves for Milan Men's Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016/17.

Models seen wearing Canali driving gloves. 

Photographer: Pietro D'aprano/Getty Images

Salvatore Ferragamo Warhol-Inspired Shoes

Salvatore Ferragamo shoes inspired by Andy Warhol.
Salvatore Ferragamo shoes inspired by Andy Warhol.
Photographer: Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Ralph Lauren Skis

Ralph Lauren Skis

For the first time ever, Ralph Lauren enters the market for luxury ski gear with a pair of skis and helmet.

Photographer: Gerado Somoza/Ralph Lauren

Valextra Luggage Trolley

Valextra Suitcase Trolley.

Valextra Soft Avietta Pilotina Horizontal Trolley. Made for the minimalist that always hits the road. 

Source: Valextra

Bally Hederm Hi-Tops

The Bally Hedern striped hi-tops.

Dozens of casual and dress shoes were presented at the Bally presentation during MFW, but Hedern striped hi-tops stood out the most: simple, clean, with a perfect pop of color.

Source: Bally

Bottega Veneta Fedoras

Models wear hats by Bottega Veneta for Milan Men's Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2016/17.

Models wearing sharp, felt fedoras by Bottega Veneta. 

Photographer: Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Missoni Garment Bag

A model walks the runway carrying a Missoni Garment Bag at the Missoni Autumn Winter 2016 fashion show during Milan Menswear Fashion Week on January 17, 2016.

A model walks the runway carrying a Missoni garmet bag, which is a collaboration with the Japanese luggage institute, Porter. The bag includes Missoni's trademark emblematic chevron patterns with an autumnal color-way inspired by the Himalayas.

Photographer: Catwalking/Getty Images

Tod's Leo Clamp Loafers

Tod's menswear fall 2016 collection includes an updated version of their iconic Leo Clamp loafers, available now in a new range of colors and leathers.

Tod's menswear fall 2016 collection includes an updated version of its iconic Leo Clamp loafers, available now in a new range of colors and leathers.

Source: Tod's

Fendi Fur Croakies

Fendi's fur croakies.

These Fendi's fur croakies are silly—yes, of course—but they're kind of fabulous at the same time, fur real.

Source: Fendi

Nic Screws is the style director at Bloomberg and will be reporting all month from the runways of Europe. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter or e-mail her any of your fashion concerns or questions at nscrews@bloomberg.net.

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