FW Special: Milan Highlights

Check out the highlights from day 1 of Milan's Fashion week. Many celebs were captured in attendance for the presentations of renowned designers.

Milan Fashion Week


2011 Women In Film Max Mara “Face of the Future®” honoree Katie Holmes

Gucci celebrated its 90th anniversary with its fall 2011 collection. "Frida Giannini channeled YSL again this season with super luxe results

more Gucci looks

Gucci’s Bag Ladies

Alberta Ferretti’s latest collection featured dresses with lighting bolts blazing down the front

Alberta Ferretti’s softer answer to edgy over-the-knee boots—a lush velvet version.

Alphabet City at D&G. Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana worked letters into graphic prints seen in the three looks here

Fendi designer Karl Lagerfeld sent his models down the runway with colorful streaks in their coifs, pulled into a slightly messy, voluminous updo, a look created by hairstylist Sam McKnight.

new twist on the classic Fendi bag shown at the label's show, from the perforated designs (bottom left) to the cobalt patent leather (bottom right).

Two designers in Milan featured an updated approach to the cowgirl look: MaxMara showed cowhide skirts, while Blugirl featured horse-printed blouse (shown). Some looks were even accessorized with bolo ties.

Flora and Fauna - Designer Francesco Scognamiglio got our attention with these over-the-top floral references.

Alberta Ferretti tapped MAC makeup artist Lucia Pieroni to create this "Sixties/Twiggy/Goldie Hawn" look for her show. Hairstylist Guido Palau joined in with a side-swept bang inspired by the decade.

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