Street Style From Milan Fashion Week

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With day two of Milan Fashion Week drawing to a close, fashion month is more than halfway complete. And show attendees in Milan are already wearing next spring's trends. Sophie Pera, a market editor from Town & Country, wore a dress in yellow, which has been everywhere this season, contrasted nicely with a tailored black blazer. Chiara Pellizzoni, a Prada buyer, is wearing animals (though not an ever-present bird print) on her blouse. Pellizzoni was also not the only one to go for a skirt with a very trendy side slit. Christine Centenera, the Australian Harper's Bazaar editor rumored to be working with Kanye West on his clothing line, has a super sexy, silky knee-length one in gray. While printed pajama pants were an inescapable sight on the streets around New York Fashion Week venues, fewer are out in Milan. The one trend slower to pick up among the fashion industry's most fashionable seem to be all the bold prints that have been ubiquitous on the spring 2012 runways thus far. Perhaps that's something everyone will have to invest in when the weather warms up again. See more fashionable fashion people in Milan in the slideshow.

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