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Gucci was the most extreme with lace shorts, satiny bow tops and floral suits – all for men.At the same time there was an emphasis on utilitarian looks, including anoraks, safari coats, trousers and shorts fitted with big pockets and flip-flops.Here are some highlights from the last day of men's preview shows in Milan for next spring and summer, featuring Armani, Ermanno Scervino, Stella Jean and DSquared2.LIGHTNESS AT ARMANIThe Armani man knows how to kick back in style – as confident as the stylist himself, who is celebrating 40 years in the fashion business this year with nothing to prove.The trouser defined the look.Women's looks punctuated the show, including a pair of skirt-like shorts with a camisole top, all in deep blue.Armani himself seeks to be above the trends. Soft sweaters were in pink, with matching bags carried under the arm.Jean presented a kaleidoscope of patterns for next summer, with elegant striped suits cut from fabric woven in Africa.
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