Freida Pinto, Hanneli Mustaparta and Leigh Lezark were among the guests.
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An aviator theme ran through the lineup, with items such as a gray leather jumpsuit or a voluminous brown flight jacket sprouting a thick coat of green fur.
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Angela Missoni’s fall collection was for “the neo-body-conscious Missoni woman.”
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The collection’s main optical motif was precise geometric intarsias and patchworks on dresses and coats.
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The denim labels was founded in partnership with Lapo Elkann.
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As Israeli singer Noa’s “Beautiful That Way” played on a loop on the soundtrack, it felt as if the models on Rocco Barocco’s catwalk were also stuck on repeat.
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WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for the best looks from Milan Fashion Week.
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Massimo Giorgetti decided to flex his creative muscles in a new way for fall, daring to exclude the digital prints that had caught everyone’s attention.
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The dresses twirled on stands in a grand salon at the Palazzo Clerici, telegraphing the “contemporary ballerina look” Christian Pellizzari plied.
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Cavallini’s polished military grunge and billowing, printed bohemian gowns weren’t new propositions, but the collection packed plenty of commercial appeal.
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Callens has found a luxurious solution for women who like to wear their gym gear all day.
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The Greek designer proved his excellent couture skills with a small collection of 12 elegant dresses and caftans, worked in a lively color palette.
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