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Highlights from yesterday’s shows: textural details–some subtle, some not–reigned supreme at Marni, MSGM and Salvatore Ferragamo.

Marni Spring 2015

At Marni, the show opened with muted looks like a minimalist top and flowy pants cut from crinkled off-white fabric and cinched with a sweater-knit judo belt for a splash of contrast.

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Our Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus, is serving up some stellar shots of all the action at Milan Fashion Week. Don’t miss a beat!

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Milan has been all about that enduring vintage appeal. Yesterday’s dreamy, boho pieces from Emilio Pucci and undulating maxi dresses by Roberto Cavalli were no exception.

Fringe tunic by Emilio Pucci; Spring Summer 2015.
Designer Peter Dundas channeled the lavish and youthful heyday of the house of Pucci with a bevy of midcentury-inspired pieces. His usual artisanal touches like ornate embroidery and tantalizing fringe came loaded with ’60s charm.

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Fashion Week’s most buzzed-about offering is finally here: Moschino’s limited-release, Barbie-inspired, straight-off-the-runway capsule collection, designed by Jeremy Scott.

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Think pink! Moschino Spring/Summer 2015 Runway Capsule

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Highlights from yesterday’s shows: Southwest boho, candy-colored fluidity and sophisticated sex appeal were the primary themes at three family-helmed Italian houses (Etro, Missoni and Versace, respectively).

Etro Sping 2015

The ’70s continue to dominate at Etro, where easy, flowing looks were splashed with Native American-inspired prints and the brand’s signature paisley pattern, often simultaneously.

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Our Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus is back with more photos from the streets of Milan for Fashion Week. Prego!

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Milan Fashion Week continues with five quintessential Italian houses hitting their runway stride. Check out shoes and handbags from Prada and Fendi then that ’70s show at Max Mara and Just Cavalli. Plus, Pop Art menswear from Dsquared2.

Prada Milan Fashion Week Spring 15Prada vied to make a statement with leather and stitching—even on their signature oversized shades. READ MORE

Ciao, Italia. Milan Fashion Week kicked off with a retro ’70s snap at Gucci. Here are some of yesterday’s star accessories on the runway.

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Future’s so bright …
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Ciao, bella! We’re on the scene at Fashion Week in Milan, with our jet-setting Global Trend Reporter, Crystal Nicodemus. Magnifico!

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We finish our London Fashion Week coverage with a glittery bang. ASHISH—known to keep the party going with high-gloss sequins, throwback flair and ever-clever pop-culture iconography—certainly did not disappoint yesterday.

Ashish Spring 2013 London Fashion Week rainbow shift dress.

A veritable rainbow of candy-colored hues sweetened the bevy of short, mod-inspired shift dresses that flitted down the runway.

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