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Masks of all shades, shapes and sizes took over the Gucci catwalk Wednesday as the Italian luxury label kicked off Milan's leg of the autumn-winter runway season with an eclectic show rich in patterns, colors and headpieces.Colorful harlequin prints decorated various outfits, some tops were shiny and pleated, reminiscent of 1970s disco fashion, and bows were at times tied around the ankles on trouser suits, which came in large shapes, with waistcoats or ties for women.For men, there were loose pinstripe suits, cinched jackets, wide-leg or high-waisted trousers as well as an offering of colorful knits worn with patterned trousers.At Annakiki, designer Anna Yang presented a brightly colored collection of red, pink, orange, purple and green trouser suits, dresses and long coats with voluminous sleeves.Shirts had long collars while trousers were wide-legged.
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