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Prada's looks mostly were done in black and navy, starting with elegant men's suits first shown with the jacket casually opened, worn shirtless and having slightly cropped trousers that revealed bare ankles.The designer punctuated the show with looks for women, including tailored suits with external bustiers, cocktail dresses with elegant necklines and romantic full skirts with crystal accents.RICHMOND RETURNSBritish designer John Richmond marked his return to the Milan fashion calendar with a coed collection featuring dark military looks for men and elegant 1940's starlet-inspired dresses for women. The brand's first fully coed collection featured an oversized wintery silhouette, with enveloping knitwear, sophisticated layering and entwining scarves, clashing at times with body-hugging dresses.One silver sequin skirt was worn over lightweight wide-legged trousers, with a lemon yellow Henley top.Menswear included a dramatic, oversized white cable-knit tunic with leather sleeves and detailing, worn with trousers cinched at the ankle.Flames licked at the ankles of jeans worn with a turboemblazoned white T-shirt, then exploded onto a shirt-cut jacket and trousers.
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