And what a delicious, heady collection it is! Kilts look as if they are made up of two different garments in two different tartans, sporrans are shaped into the Moncler logo, some kilts are actually shorts, and sport coats and suits and leggings are made of cable knit wool. There are some amazing cut and silhouette details too, such as overcoats, ponchos, and belted fencing-style jackets with one half featuring crisp pleats reminiscent of the rear of a kilt, and a kind of wrap/cape that looks like, for lack of a better comparison, a horse blanket, with flaps that fold up to the shoulders. I love every look here. This collection is just bubbling with creativity, vision, humor, and beauty. The best of Milano Moda Uomo so far... we'll see what Browne has up his sleeve for Paris next week!