Monday, March 8, 2010

Milan Fashion Week: The round-up

The skirts were short, as they inevitably are in Milan – and there was an element of corsetry, cleavage and Sixties/Seventies nostalgia. But the big story from the Italian fashion capital’s truncated season (pruned to four days) was the great wrap-up.
Whether in plaid, fur (and there was lots of that), tweed, canvas, exotic knits, cashmere, or a combination of all of these, the key to next season was how to cover up what lies beneath (which is vital in winter; you could die of hypothermia in a Pucci dress).

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