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Milan Fashion Week: Best of the rest

The 1960s were the decade of choice at Moschino as an Audrey Hepburn-inspired, slightly shrunken silhouette made for an uplifting collection.

Christopher Kane and Donatella Versace were in a colourful mood for Versus as Beth Ditto belted out a tune to which the playful polka dots and checkerboard printed models strode. Roberto Cavalli’s love for embellishment seems to hold no bounds as his, at times barely there, art nouveau-inspired collection was intricately and painstakingly embroidered and bejewelled to within an inch of its life. Meanwhile Tomas Maier toned it down at Bottega Veneta, expertly taking a vintage 1940s vibe and applying it to a procession of perfectly cut dresses that carried the designer’s signature attention to luxurious detail. A real winner, even if it will be pricey.

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