The Best of Milan Fashion Week: Jil Sander, Versace, Prada, and More

From Salvatore Ferragamo's boho military collection, to Raf Simons' farewell collection at Jil Sander, the best from Milan fashion week.

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SALVATORE FERRAGAMO FALL 2012: Massimilliano Giornetti's latest collection for Salvatore Ferragamo was a mix of military and romantic bohemian influences.
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO FALL 2012: Stand-outs in the collection included tailored officer jackets and chiffon gypsy dresses.
GIORGIO ARMANI FALL 2012: Giorgio Armani titled his latest collection "Easy Chic," and focused on what he does best -- tailoring.
GIORGIO ARMANI FALL 2012: The designer also played with texture this season including velvet, faux fur and tweed.
BOTTEGA VENETA FALL 2012: Tomas Maier, Bottega Veneta's creative director, took the collection in a different direction this season by focusing on body-conscious shapes.
BOTTEGA VENETA FALL 2012: There were coat dresses, suits and peplum blouses in the collection -- many of which included graphic detailing.
ROBERTO CAVALLI FALL 2012: Roberto Cavalli is known for promoting excess and over-the-top glamor and this season was no exception. The show included everything from python, mink, ponyskin and crocodile.
ROBERTO CAVALLI FALL 2012: Naomi Campbell took a rare turn on the catwalk during the show in a sequin purple gown.
DOLCE & GABBANA FALL 2012: Designer duo Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana plucked inspiration this season from baroque religious traditions.
DOLCE & GABBANA FALL 2012: Capes were a dominant theme in the collection, a carry-over from the label's men's collection, which was shown in January.
FENDI FALL 2012: Fendi is known for its innovative furs, and this season they were front and center on the catwalk.
JIL SANDER FALL 2012: With the announcement that Raf Simons is leaving Jil Sander (and Jil Sander herself is returning), Fall 2012 was a bittersweet collection for the Italian house.
JIL SANDER FALL 2012: Simons' last collection for Jil Sander included a palette of blush pink, pearl grey and white and referenced classic couture silhouettes, with a modern spin.
PRADA FALL 2012: The most anticipated collection coming out of Milan each season is Prada. And this season, Miuccia Prada delivered.
PRADA FALL 2012: This collection felt like Prada's greatest hits, including bowling bags, jacquard, loads of embellishments, and hidden platform stilettos.
VERSACE FALL 2012: This latest Versace collection took its cues from rock and roll and Gothic elements.
VERSACE FALL 2012: Donatella Versace, continuing on the path she set at Versace Atelier's couture collection last month, focused on construction this season.
FENDI FALL 2012: There was also a focus on layering this season. Silvia Venturini Fendi cited Roman history as her inspiration.
GUCCI FALL 2012: Frida Giannini took Gucci in a dark direction this season -- focusing on a color palette of green, chocolate brown and jet black.
GUCCI FALL 2012: There were strong eveningwear options -- including romantic chiffon and velvet gowns.
MARNI FALL 2012: Marni's latest collection had a distinct pop art feel. White stockings and drop-waist silhouettes reinforced the show's 1960s feeling.
MARNI FALL 2012: Marni is all about the details. This season included metallic discs and big rhinestone brooches.
MISSONI FALL 2012: Angela Missoni focused on capturing the beauty of nature with this collection and the color palette captured that feeling -- copper, brown and forest green.
MISSONI FALL 2012: This being Missoni, the collection was chock full of knitwear, including knits that worked in lace and fur.
MOSCHINO FALL 2012: Rossella Jardini said her latest collection for Moschino was all about fun -- from the party girl dresses to bows in the hair.
MOSCHINO FALL 2012: The collection emphasized a super-short silhouette.
EMILIO PUCCI FALL 2012: Peter Dundas continued to appeal to the red carpet crowd this season (he's been dressing Gwyneth Paltrow and Jennifer Lopez of late).
EMILIO PUCCI FALL 2012: Tailoring came into play in this collection with pieces like jumpsuits, pea coats and dinner jackets.
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