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MILAN: There have been lots of warm fuzzies on the Milan runway this season: shaggy fur, furry footwear, thick knits, big gloves, droopy caps, face-framing neck-warmers.Blazers tended to be long, and paired with loose-fitting trousers. Overcoats, if not furry, had fur collars. ARMANI IS WRAPPER-IN-CHIEF Giorgio Armani was the first among wrappers this menswear season. He defined the silhouette of his easy tailored looks with a novelty: sleeve scarves that warm the arms and wrap across the chest. The designer also brought back the tie and three-piece dressing for day, in soothing charcoals with a dark velvet double-breasted vest for a dandy look, finished with a narrow-brimmed Trilby hat.For truly cold days, there were large hooded coats and shaggy furs.The final look featured a jacket with stiff, oversized arms that appeared fashioned from striped mattress pads.White shirts incorporated dark jacket sleeves, and rough frenetic stitching on shirts and blazers suggested a seamstress had let herself go to a rock music soundtrack.
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