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Invite to Milan Fashion Week Get Lost? Here Are 7 Highlights

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London Fashion Week gave us plenty to oh and ah over and we're still getting our sleep schedule back to normal after New York Fashion Week, so its kind of nice to sit back and have our minds blown by the glitz and glamour of Milan. And puppies. Plenty of mindblowing puppies. Enjoy MFW's round-up after the jump.

7. Missoni moved forward with their show despite the fact that company CEO Vittorio Missoni is still missing after his plane went down in the Caribbean.

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6. Bally sent multiple husky pups down the runway which was (a) adorable, duh, and (b) kind of creepy. Those fur hats matched a little too well.

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5. Karl Lagerfeld told WWD "fur is in the air" before the Fendi show, but he should have been more specific. It was on the models' heads, and it was fox fur dyed various colors.

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4. Prada's girl was doing some casual picnic brooding when she got in a rainstorm and trucked it three miles over to the runway for the show. Meaning: Dowdy sweaters were worn under dresses and off the shoulder, hair was wet, and gingham happened.

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3. Janet Jackson made it to Versace, which makes a lot of sense because the collection was latex, leather, and high slit. And kinda nipply.

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2. Gucci did sequins, feathers, and gold lamé over sheer panneling in a disco setting.

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1. And Dolce & Gabbana saw Gucci's flashiness and raised them some religious imagery and crowns. Mixing church and state on your chest is the new ironic t-shirt.

· The Eight Best Moments From London Fashion Week [Racked]