Fall/Winter 2014 Trends from Milan Fashion Week

This season's hero Already an odds-on favourite for piece of the season, Calvin Klein Collection's embroidered slogan sweatshirts were an instant hit with editors. Featuring the names of the brand's biggest fragrances – Eternity, Obsession and Escape – from the 1980s, an era when Calvin Klein defined the scent of a generation
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Most talked about exit of the week had to be the underwear-baring leather chaps at Versace's 'Bikers are the new Cowboys' collection, an imaginative way to showcase underwear that no one will forget in a hurry

Most talked about exit of the week had to be the underwear-baring leather chaps at Versace's 'Bikers are the new Cowboys' collection, an imaginative way to showcase underwear that no one will forget in a hurry

Jogging bottoms had a style makeover in Milan. Presented in double-faced wool cashmere, suede and leather, they elevated loungewear to something altogether more luxurious

Credit: Getty/PR Sports chicLeft-right: Bottega Veneta, MarniJogging bottoms had a style makeover in Mil.

Fashion week show notes read like a Farrow & Ball paint chart. Our favourite combinations came at Gucci: robin's egg teamed with dusty pink. See also: rhubarb at Emporio Armani, and sergeant and mist water at Bottega Veneta

Credit: Stefania D'Alessandro/Getty Images Europe Paint-chart coloursFashion week show notes read like a Farrow & Ball.

Star man  Unlikely trend prize goes to metallic trousers, seen (left-right) at Vivienne Westwood, Daks and Jil Sander, the latter being the most wardrobe-friendly, coming in a matt silver that shimmered as subtly as shiny pants can

Star man Unlikely trend prize goes to metallic trousers, seen (left-right) at Vivienne Westwood, Daks and Jil Sander, the latter being the most wardrobe-friendly, coming in a matt silver that shimmered as subtly as shiny pants can

Left-right: Emporio Armani, Dolce  Gabbana, Marni  Strokable teddy-bear coats, furry shearling, mohair and deliberately pilled sweaters were the week's most tactile trends. The best examples were seen at Dolce  Gabbana, who made over-sized coats fit for a king, while at Fendi even the catwalk was carpeted in furry fabric

Credit: PR/Getty Belt upLeft-right: Marc Jacobs, Neil Barrett, Salvatore FerragamoNeatly belted, silhoue.

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