MILAN - FashionTV has the goods on the Woolrich Spring/Summer 2012 presentation taking place in Milan in this F Men clip. "This year, the Woolrich presentation is based on the reinterpretation of a lovely book on Hemingway's life we found in Japan, which is divided into two unique phases," says Creative Director Andrea Cane. In the first phase, until he was 30 and living in north Michigan, he focused on fishing and hunting. Much of the Woolrich collection is based on this concept in an elegant, tailored style, as well as the concept of tradition. This includes brown trench coats in luxe fabrics, fishing jackets, and rolled up pants. In the second phase, he is a war correspondent for World War II and afterwards in the 70s in the South Pacific. The collection focuses on this aspect of his life with an iconic American style look as well as the assessment of these two stages in his persona life.