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Milan Fashion Week kicked off on a colorful note Wednesday as Blugirl designer Anna Molinari extended the hedonistic feel of her spring collection into her outfits for next fall and winter.Italy's textiles, clothing, leather goods and footwear sectors generated a remarkable 61.2 billion euros ($65.7 billion) in 2014, the last year for which definitive figures are available. The 2015 figure is forecast to be up on that by between 1.4 percent – the conservative figure from the national chamber of fashion – and the 7 percent that independent analysts see as more likely. More than 182 collections will be unveiled to buyers, media and fashion obsessives from all over the world over the course of the next six days with 74 catwalk shows staged in every available venue across Italy's economic capital, itself still buzzing after the success of last year's World Expo.
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