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Milan designers looked both to the future and the past to create contemporary looks for men next winter and fall.Giorgio Armani opened his Emporio Armani show with notes from the singer's "Space Oddity," while Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele created a jacket with "Bowie" printed boldly on the back that he said he intends to include in a film for the fall/winter 2016/2017 collection.Some highlights from Monday's shows, including looks from Gucci, Emporio Armani, Ermanno Scervino, Fendi and Canali.Michele also reinterpreted classic 1970s Gucci.The three-quarter length sleeves were finished in fur.What's more, the coat is equally fetching on a woman as a man, as Scervino demonstrated by sending both down the runway together.The designer took glam to new heights with crystal-encrusted fabric, which he fashioned into knee-length coats, trousers and a side-wrap dress. Plaids and checks on jackets, pants and bags created a homey feel, and Fendi boldly paired mohair jackets with matching pants, for a definite Fozzie Bear feel.
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