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After Gucci's heads and Dolce&Gabbana's drones, Milan Fashion Week wrapped up Monday on a tranquil note with shows by Japanese designers.The trick remains to stay true to the brand's traditions and DNA – something being undertaken by new and new-ish designers at Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Marni and Jil Sander.Mitsuru Nishizaki's latest Ujoh collection combines British-inspired check, plaid and stripe fabrics with his own trademark asymmetrical and layered silhouette. It was the designer's third year showing in Milan.Nishizaki has tapped the Milan trend of wrapping, with knitwear that bunches and hugs the frame, and large oversized wraps that fasten over the shoulder with a leather strap.
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