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In a week normally reserved for men's fashion, the June edition of Milan Fashion Week closed Monday with a melange of men's and women's previews for next spring and summer.Anchoring the 64 collections shown over four days was Milan calendar first-timer Stella McCartney and Finnish label Aalto for women and Armani, Fendi and No. 21 for men. Denim was light blue and soft in pleated trousers with matching cropped jackets or collarless shirts.Mesh suit jackets gave an edge to polo shirts and straight trousers with sporty striped detailing down the sides.Suit jackets were paired with short-shorts styled from the trousers.But there were also knee-length skorts – a mix of shorts with a skirt – for anyone looking for a kilt alternative, worn with a paper-thin transparent shirt with diagonal stripes. SLOUCHY TAILORING AT N.21Alessandro Dell'Acqua has had it with streetwear. His looks for N.21 revived the suit jacket – not as strictly formal wear, but as something more relaxed. SUSTAINABILITY FORSTELLAThe Queen of Fashion Sustainability, Stella McCartney, closed fashion week with a garden party to show off her combined men's and women's collections.One female model twirled prettily in pale pink fringe mini dress with a racing back, while a male model in a military-style dark three-quarters jacket and trousers with gold striping tucked into a Campari cocktail.
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