Discord and fragmented thoughts ruled Milan Fashion Week. Designers were exhibiting their Fall/Winter 2016 collections, and a snapshot of the looks shown by six select designers revealed the extremes of men's style, along with milder fare in between. On one end was Thom Browne, whose collection for Moncler Gamme Bleu comprised trench coats, cardigans, Chesterfields, sports coats and puffers, all made virtually indistinguishable through an omnipresent Alpine camouflage pattern. On the other end was Missoni, the house whose love of patterns and prints served to distinguish the texture and drape of the fabrics on display. See those designers -- and four more essential presenters -- from Milan Fashion Week.