Amazing—And Amazingly Awful—Clothes From Milan's Social Scene

When they were good, they were very, very good, and when they were bad? Let's just say the international fashionistas at Milan's amfAR gala didn't do anything halfway.

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Yvonne Scio balances flamboyance — and possibly Wonderwoman's accessories — wirtth clean lines.


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Alessandra Ambrosio is Sabrina-lovely.


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Martina Mondadori does maternity, Italian style!


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Alessia Piovan, both romantic and modern.


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One of the best things about Coco Brandolini d'Adda's haute-boho getup? She appears to be rocking Wusthofers.


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Speaking of Euro-boho: Giovanna Battaglia gives a master class in their accessorizing practices.

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Just a guess, think this bombshell suit is Cavalli? We do like it when Heidi Klum goes all-out Old Hollywood, though.


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Hofit Golan may actually be wearing Billie Burke's Glinda costume. Soap bubble not included.


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It's like Chanel Iman took a bet that she could literally pull off anything. To her credit, she won it. But inexplicably.


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Paola Ferrari's dress is less a sexy peekaboo than a glimpse into Arms and Armor at the Metropolitan Museum.


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Don't get us wrong, Gabriella Dompe, we love Joan Collins too. But it's a strong woman's job, taking that on.


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Oh yeah, for some reason Leight Lezark was there, doing her avant-garde-gala-on-top, ComicCon-on-the-bottom thing.

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Victoria Silvstedt, subscribing to the gotta-get-a-gimmick school of dress. Produces horn in 3...2...



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scarletwine
Scarletwine

Is Yvonne Scio (#1) 7 feet tall or is it the dress? If it's the dress, sign me up.

(though on further inspection the hem drags a bit. does not compute.)