Giorgio Armani often titles his collections with a cryptic little something. His latest, The Men’s Project, was one of his most allusive, evoking the quest for an answer to the second most pressing question of our age: What maketh a man? (The firstis, of course, What do women want?) The collection offered a 74-outfit treatise on the subject, covering everything from soldier to poet, banker to hoodie, romantic to realist, some of them in the same outfit. Hence, a brocade waistcoat and claret velvet trousers paired with a polo shirt and double-breasted gray flannel; or a cavalry jacket and drawstring pants under a shearling coat. Outré though they sound, the casual confidence of the combinations made themreal in Armani’s signature fantasy-resistant mode.