Men's fashion, how you've changed: Top looks from Milan runways

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The urban and sporty vibe (and a lot of mustard, brick red, rust, chocolate and camel) was seen at the Salvatore Ferragamo show. (AFP photos)

The urban and sporty vibe (and a lot of mustard, brick red, rust, chocolate and camel) was seen at the Salvatore Ferragamo show. (AFP photos)

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Fendi focused on the interplay between plush textures and fabrics, with an informal vibe thanks to such lightweight trouser-jacket combination.

Fendi focused on the interplay between plush textures and fabrics, with an informal vibe thanks to such lightweight trouser-jacket combination.

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Etro played with gender stereotypes, dressing models head to toe in feminine colours such as shades of dusky pink and milky white.

Etro played with gender stereotypes, dressing models head to toe in feminine colours such as shades of dusky pink and milky white.

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Elegant, gem-like hues were on show at Canali. Yet despite the feminine colour palette, tailoring was decidedly masculine.

Elegant, gem-like hues were on show at Canali. Yet despite the feminine colour palette, tailoring was decidedly masculine.

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Both casual and classy, the Bottega Veneta designs are mostly extremely elegant on the upper half and much more sporty from the waist down.

Both casual and classy, the Bottega Veneta designs are mostly extremely elegant on the upper half and much more sporty from the waist down.

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