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Red accents are lighting up the Milan runway, from blood red ensembles to red contrasts in footwear or a simple stripe of color.Milan Fashion Week previews for next fall and winter entered their second day Thursday, with runway shows by Max Mara, Fendi, Pucci, Prada and Moschino.Max Mara opened the show with deep red ensembles of matching overcoat, trousers and top, while Karl Lagerfeld opted for red boots to set off his creations for Fendi. Animal rights activists targeted Milan designers that use fur in their collections, protesting outside Fendi and Max Mara under a banner that strikes a fashionista chord: "Fur makes you look ugly and fat". Protesters urged consumers to take their business to fashion houses that have disavowed the use of fur.SEDUCTION EXPLORED – AND QUESTIONED – AT PRADA Miuccia Prada officially disavows connecting fashion with politics.Comfort fashion included big mittens and long hooded knit sweatshirt dresses.These were followed by bubble wrap dresses with silver accents.Once Scott gets going, there is little to hold him back and the collection hit a crescendo with a black vinyl dress (a trash bag) with a trash can top as a headpiece and a shower curtain peplum dress with shower cap bodice and headdress.
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