Presentations by Fendi, Max Mara, Emilio Pucci and Prada kept show-goers very busy on Thursday in Milan, and many dressed for the runway marathon in flared trousers in a range of lengths. From floor skimming, wide-leg styles to cropped versions that flare from the knee or calf, the '70s inspired silhouette that popped up all over the spring 2015 runways was everywhere. We didn't see anyone in jean flares, however, perhaps proving the combination of the cut and denim is too on-the-nose about the '70s influence — or not sufficiently formal for the day's designer presentations. Other trends included belted outerwear, socks with heels (again) and fur stoles (ditto).
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