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For one, the 1970s are back, in a big, bell-bottomed way.And the world of fashion remains convinced it can persuade style-conscious women across the world that nipples are the new cleavage.Six days of frenzied fashion excitement in Italy's economic capital wrapped up Monday with Milan's up and coming designers vying for the attention of those buyers and reporters who had not already decamped to Paris for the next leg of the global style circus.The likes of Angelos Bratis, the young Greek designer whose well-received collection of flowing silk evening dresses was sponsored by Armani, flew the flag for the cause of killer heels.Wall Street Journal style columnist Christina Binkley admitted she was surprised by how ubiquitous the 70s groove was."We had a raft of designers who are clearly dying to have dressed [Fleetwood Mac's] Stevie Nicks back in the day".Designers don't tend to admit that they are just rehashing what was done 40 years ago: A new take on femininity was how the occasionally comprehensible official descriptions tended to frame the feel.
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