Viva Italia In Milan's Front Row

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Everyone knows that at Fashion Week, half the action's off-runway in the front row. And in Milan, that's doubly true.

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Let's start off with a, ahem, bang. Anna Dello Russo, at Iceberg, is ready for a return to Oz.

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Francesca Senette, meanwhile, goes for classic Italian luxe.

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Valeria Solarino, at Byblos, takes "metallics" to its inevitable and horrifying conclusion.

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This gentleman is James Goldstein. I'd say something about the fur trend, but I'm guessing this isn't a one-time look. This right here represents either the glory or tragedy of Fashion Week.

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Guendalina Canessa at — surprise, surprise — Cavalli.

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Cavalli likes his snakeskin. And his ruffles. And his — or your — boobs. Perhaps it's no shock that all three should merge on Chiara Tortorella.

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Melba Ruffo, straight off of a Fellini set at Armani.

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Why yes, that is Tina Turner totally rocking it at Armani!

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Fiammetta Cicogna shows off Missoni's latest — a flower-child spin on the classic.

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Donatella Finocchiaro in Emporio Armani — Milan all the way.

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Mariliis
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Anna Della Russo wears outrageous outfits and looks every bit of tasteless doing so. It seems that the clothes are wearing her, rather than the other way around.