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Designers have made plays big and small for the loyalty of younger admirers at this season's Milan Fashion Week.Tommy Hilfiger took his international road show to Milan, previewing his latest see-now, buy-now collection headlined by Gigi Hadid.Hadid – who also has a Hilfiger-clad Barbie doll in her image – opened the show with a pair of blue and black leather racing leggings (499 euros) and a Hilfiger bandeau top, and closed in a long diaphanous layered maxidress with racing logo prints (530 euros).Dolce & Gabbana have often played with church iconography.The looks were fun and varied, from sequin encrusted jerseys and athletic-striped trousers proclaiming "Fashion Devotion," to a coordinated zebra-striped jacket, leggings and shoes, to pretty chiffon dresses in florals and lingerie-inspired dresses.Dolce & Gabbana had a (not-so) secret show Saturday night at their downtown party spot, featuring models and millennials in every manner of crystal-covered evening dress and playsuit.Armani captured that spirit with mini-skirts worn with cowboy boots, jackets with curved hemlines worn over a jumpsuit, fuzzy long coats over short-shorts and knitted cardigan jackets with athletic striped trousers.
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