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The final day stuck to menswear, with Armani, Fendi, No. 21 and Yoshio Kubo closing the previews.ARMANI'S ADVENTUROUS ELEGANCEElegance meets adventure at Giorgio Armani, with double-breasted looks, a new jacket collar with a built-in shawl, a posable shirt collar and joggers or cargo pants tucked into tall mountain boots.As with his youthful Emporio Armani line shown Saturday, Armani employed velvet generously in his main line. Formal double-breasted looks were a strong suit, in shirts and knitwear as well as the classic jacket. Armani also created a new shirt with a collar that can be configured into manifold shapes courtesy of hidden metallic thread.FENDI TAKEOFFSilvia Venturini Fendi took a journey to the family fashion house's past for next winter's menswear and found herself at a fantastical airport carousel.Fanciful accessories had a strong role to play in the collection, from fur-covered safari hats to plasticized rain hats and Fendi-branded umbrella-shaped caps.A fringed jacquard jacket in red, black and white shown with loose-fitting striped trousers for a meditative touch had a ceremonial feel.
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