Watch: video highlights from Milan Fashion Week
Thursday 03 March 2011
See the most glamorous shows from the Italian fashion capital's runways.
Hats and neck bows were a definite trend at Milan fashion week, with Gucci delivering one of the most beautiful interpretations.
Prada stayed true to its quirky style, pairing its outfits with snakeskin boots and aviator hats. And the label's fur and wide stripes that caused a frenzy this spring were also incorporated into the fall collection.
Fur also played an essential part in Fendi's collection, which got raving reviews from the critics.
Dolce & Gabbana's show was instantly memorable thanks to a dominant star print theme.
At Versace's show, dresses carrying stencil-like flower prints alternated with military-inspired outfits.
Emporio Armani's all-black collection had a laidback feel to it (models strolled down the runway on mostly flat shoes), while outfits stayed feminine and glamorous.
All that glitters was Moschino, which presented a range of gold-laden, navy-inspired looks.
Dizzying prints together with breathtaking shoes and accessories stay the signature look of Marni.
Emilio Pucci's show was all about bodyconscious dresses in a green-and-purple color palette.
The master of sexy glam, Roberto Cavalli, didn't disappoint his fans, showing opulent, nomad-inspired designs.
Missoni, with its springtime colors worked into winter knits, was one of everyone's favorites this Milan fashion week.
Thinking inside the box, Jil Sander showed highly angular creations.
Dsquared²'s collection was a mix of square dance and rock baroque.
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