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Galib Gassanoff and Luca Lin made their debut at Milan Fashion Week with a collection injected with a contemporary, grungy vibe.
Allegra embraced Los Angeles' "eternal spring" for her latest collection centered around shades of marigold and lilac, plus floral prints.
Etro worked those patterns into a lineup that was as diverse as it gets.
Designer Neha Kapur designed elegant pieces for women who aren't looking for logos, trends or loud colors.
Flush with cash from new investors, the contemporary and outerwear brand plans to double its retail footprint in the next three years.
Much of the collection was cute, but de Vincenzo is capable of much more.
The brand experimented with fabrics to inject a new twist into its urban outerwear collection.
Tod's delivered an "Italian Attitude" for its first coed show.
Daniele Calcaterra worked a garden palette with colors such as sage, burnt orange, buttercup and peach, into this collection, where less was more and the simplest silhouettes worked best. Dresses were long and sweeping, as in a one-sleeve peach gown that hugged the bodice, and the dramatic cream top and skirt combination that opened the 
A Mediterranean sensuality infused the designer's spring collection.
Vivetta Ponti seemed to approach femininity from a little girl's perspective.
It was movie night in Milan, with Moncler Genius screening a series of films to showcase a second round of collections from its guest designers and brands on Wednesday night, including Simone Rocha, Craig Green and Noir.
Jeremy Scott's seasonal gag was the speed of the fashion system so fast he barely had time to finish the collection.
The runway show was big and long with more than 200 spring looks making their way down the catwalk in the show space-cum-concert venue under the "Emporio" sign that's spoken loud and clear for 22 years at Linate Airport.
One thought of the collection as both typical and atypical of Prada. The austere minimalist side referenced Prada's early ethos yet the logos, swimwear and sock shoes found Miuccia Prada's unfamiliar territory: trend surfing.
The park behind the Villa Reale was the perfect setting for the designer's garden-themed spring collection.
Essential silhouettes were matched with bold colors in this collection, exuding timeless elegance.
The company famous for its high-low mix of fur and old Army coats and jackets dialed down the fluff for spring, and put the focus on military shapes and symbols and light fabrics such as silk and nylon.
Sara Cavazza Facchini played with fluid fabrics and transparencies for this upbeat collection.
Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini delivered a charming collection infused with a Eighties' Palm Beach mood.