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This was Renzi's second time opening fashion week – a sign of the premier's commitment to helping showcase Italy's fashion prowess.The big brands presenting their womenswear collections for next spring and summer in Milan through Monday are motors of that growth. Gucci, Fausto Puglisi, Roberto Cavalli and Philipp Plein were among the brands showing their wares on the first day of fashion week. Alessandro Michele has cast an eerie, dream-like spell over Gucci.All the better for viewing the fantasy-filled collection.Ruffles of varying doses embellished the dress, while fluffy, fringy flourishes on coat and dress sleeves produced an angelic effect.German designer Philipp Plein pulled out all the stops, yet again, to please the fashion crowd.All that was missing was pink confetti, which Plein duly supplied.The crowd was anticipating the usual after-show party, when the designer grabbed a microphone and dropped the news that this would be his last show in Milan, and that the brand was taking its runway party to New York.Norwegian designer Peter Dundas explored both his American and his Norwegian roots in a new Roberto Cavalli collection that embodies a nomadic spirit.
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