Streetsnaps: Milan Fashion Week - Part 3

Milan revisits the ’70s towards the end of fashion week.

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Rounding out our Streetsnaps for Milan Fashion Week, we see a strong showing in the ’70s trend that has dominated this season. Cue reinterpreted checks and houndstooth overcoats, an overabundance of fur, leather jackets, turtlenecks, lots of denim, and generally increasingly boxy silhouettes all around. Check out a selection of looks seen around town above, and keep your eye out for these trends to continue in New York at the beginning of February.

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