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Milan Fashion Week: highlights from the final shows

As Milan Fashion Week draws to a close we round up the key collections from the final days.

Versace is off to war

Versace spring 16

Versace spring 16

Donnatella marched out an army of sleek and sexy clothes for spring – Versace at its best. Utility pockets lent a military feel to jackets and tailoring in deep, rich green (the chic alternative to khaki), while graphic animal prints bought some wild colour.

Dolce and Gabbana’s ode to Italy

Dolce and Gabbana spring 16

Dolce and Gabbana spring 16

Who loves Italy? According to their spring 16 collection, Dolce and Gabbana certainly do. Embellished Italian landmarks and slogans of appreciation appeared across signature glamorous dresses amid a riot of colourful florals and Italian postcard prints.

Giorgio Armani’s take on nautical

Giorgio Armani spring 16

Giorgio Armani spring 16

Giorgio Armani set sail for spring in red, white and blue, playing with a nautical mood across his updated tailoring and flirty dresses. Stripes were a key motif but appeared in various guises – printed wide and skinny or horizontally and vertically, and even embellished around dresses for evening.

Peter Dundas’s debut at Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli spring 16

Roberto Cavalli spring 16

Former Emilio Pucci designer Peter Dundas unveiled his debut collection for Roberto Cavalli, with more than a dash of 1980s party vibes inspiring his high waisted trousers and puffed up frill-trimmed, one shouldered mini dresses.

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