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Fashion and politics clashed Saturday in Milan's main squares and runways, as protesters rallied ahead of Italy's divisive national election and designers at Milan Fashion Week showed off their own visions of what the future should look like.Ponchos were belted, skirts were knotted at the knee and trousers were loose and comfortable.The color palate heated up from the new neutral, pink, with gray to warmer tones of purple, blue and flamingo red, which Armani swirled together for a dreamy, iridescent effect. Evening wear featured colorful beaded and fringe jackets with velvet trousers.In homage to Ferragamo's inception as a shoe brand, Andrew said he approached the collection "from toe to head".Soft ponchos, knit tops that complement napa leather trousers and shirt-dresses in foulard prints pulled from the archives formed other key elements of the collection.
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