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Milan Still Low on Glitz, But Earthy Gets Its Due

From left: Allesandro Dell’Acqua, Gucci, Iceberg.Photo: Imaxtree

The Milan shows are almost over and we are still waiting for that “molto sexy” glitzy thing to rear its Swarovski-ed head. Soon, oh yes, we can feel it. But in the meantime, many of these collections, would be great for a super posh camping trip of sorts.

Trussardi showed earth tones and bright shower-curtain frocks.

• The Krizia collection was a bit baggy in the middle.

Pucci showed its own take on camo, working in unique mosaic patterns.

• The long-stranded gray fur in the Max Mara collection was downright rugged.

Allesandro Dell’Acqua showed vibrant rainbow colors and a very textured pair of high-waisted undies. Dare you to wear them.

Daks by Giles Deacon showed military-inspired, structured looks.

• We said it yesterday, and we’ll say it again today: Gucci was very caveman chic.

Iceberg put braids on its clothes, put puffs in unexpected places, and had a few models wear catwomen headgear — and we kind of liked it.

Milan Still Low on Glitz, But Earthy Gets Its Due