Our 10 Favorite Collections from Milan Fashion Week, Fall 2013

Another season of Milan fashion is behind us, and the city's fashion designers gave us tons of that traditional Italian sex appeal and color, as well as sophisticated doses of ladylike glamour. Click through to see our 10 favorite collections from Milan Fashion week.
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Another season of Milan fashion is behind us, and the city's fashion designers gave us tons of that traditional Italian sex appeal and color, as well as sophisticated doses of ladylike glamour. Click through to see our 10 favorite collections from Milan Fashion week.
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Another season of Milan fashion is behind us, and the city's fashion designers gave us tons of that traditional Italian sex appeal and color, as well as sophisticated doses of ladylike glamour.

Click through to see our 10 favorite collections from Milan Fashion week.

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Prada:

No one does subversive femininity like Miuccia Prada. This season, she eschewed statement shoes and power furs for more classic, feminine wares--with a sexy twist.

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Dolce & Gabbana:

It's hard not to get sucked up into Dolce & Gabbana's romantic, maximalist vision. Only this design duo could turn the inside of a church into something so utterly playful and chic.

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Marni:

Consuelo Castiglioni masterfully used fur accents to punch up her sophisticated, subtle collection.

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Versace:

Latex, leather, and punk--what's not to love? Oh and Janet Jackson was there. 'Nuff said.

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Gucci:

Frida Giannini was a master of contradiction this season, showing a collection that was as kinky as it was ladylike.

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Jil Sander:

This was fashion thrills without the frills. Sander put forth a collection that was as simple as it was beautiful.

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Salvatore Ferragamo:

Salvatore Ferragamo designer Massimiliano Giornetti showed a sexy, pared-down collection with a subtle sixties vibe--and we were digging it, especially the leather goods.

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Emporio Armani:

Giorgio Armani mined the twenties, India, and menswear for this collection, and it meshed beautifully together.

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Emilio Pucci:

Penny Lane would have been all over this collection. We're fiending for those thigh high suede boots!

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No 21:

Designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua paired teen angst with ladylike polish--grunge never looked so grown up.