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Fendi showed off a duvet dress and coat which swamped the wearer but looked cosy, while Armani did its bit with a pink coat with dressing-gown overtones.Peg leg: Dsquared2 jazzed up the peg leg look, with trousers billowing out round the thighs before tapering down to a slim-line fit cut off at mid-calf, while Armani did a tamed version in subdued grays and marine blues.But king of fashion Giorgio Armani's piece de resistance was the peg leg turned skirt-trouser combo, which saw the skirt merge into the trousers at the back to create a low-slung pant seat.Black: It's back, from Armani to Salvatore Ferragamo, Emilio Pucci, Jil Sander, Roberto Cavalli, Ter et Bantine, Fatima Val and many more, in leather jackets, patent trousers, sparkling evening gowns and velvet miniskirts.
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