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Milan designers were letting go of streetwear and turning back to the basics of elegant design on the second day of Milan Fashion Week.Some highlights from Thursday's previews of womenswear for next spring and summer in Milan, including Fendi, Max Mara, Prada and Emporio Armani:ENTERTAINSRobbie Williams feted the Emporio Armani fashion crowd in a sequined kilt and black Giorgio Armani T-shirt.For daywear, the Emporio Armani palette was subdued, featuring classic knit and soft-cut jackets for men and iridescent looks with corseted tops and diaphanous trousers for women.The building blocks were classic T-shirts, baby-doll tops and dresses, 1970s wrap skirts and pedal-pusher shorts.FUNCTIONAL FENDINicki Minaj took a front-row seat at Fendi, taking a turn for fans on her way in, decked out in a Fendi puffer jacket and matching leggings and cropped top.Max Mara tapped ancient classical attire like one-shoulder tunics and updated as a one-shoulder button-down shirt that wrap the figure.Elegant basics included classic overcoats with down-to-business scrunched-up sleeves, and buttoned gators worn under Bermuda shorts, pleated gaucho pants or dresses for a boot effect.Flurries of ruffles created an armor look on a dress bodice, or a military vibe down the side of cropped trousers or the sleeves of knitwear.
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