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Sally Singer on Milan

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"It was a season with few misses and quite a few hits. Armani’s Touareg blue collection ended the week on a serene high note: his long evening columns paired with flats were completely right and completely Armani. As were Dolce & Gabbana’s white lace sheaths and suits (hello, brides of 2011: here reside your wedding dresses). As were Roberto Cavalli’s shimmering mermaid groupies. And on and on. Marni was fabulously Marni—stripes! prints! scuba!—and Pucci hotter than an Ibizan beach at Easter." Onto Paris. [NYT]