A model presents a creation from the Angelos Bratis collection during the 2015 Spring / Summer Milan Fashion Week on September 17, 2014 in Milan. AFP PHOTO / OLIVIER MORIN
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Giorgio Armani protege Angelos Bratis got Milan Fashion Week off to a seductive start with an ultra-feminine collection presented in Armani's own theater.The 36-year-old Greek is seen by some as a potential successor to the 80-year-old Armani, should the dean of Italian fashion decide to call time on the stewardship of his global style empire. Anxious to make the most of the additional interest generated by Armani's sponsorship, Bratis restricted his show to a small selection of sensual evening dresses in featherweight textiles including crepe de Chine and silk twill. Sign of the times, perhaps: This fashion week will not, as had become traditional, be brought to a close by Armani.Later in the week trendwatchers will be eyeing the collection of Elisabetta Franchi, a well-established designer of feminine workwear from Bologna who is putting on a Milan show for the first time, in the hope of bolstering the growing international reputation.
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