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The Highlights & Takeaways From Milan Fashion Week

June 26, 2014 BY OBI ANYANWU

Milan Fashion Week is where men's tailoring shines but this year, there was a new, sportier energy to the collections.

A few notable looks from MFW that caught our eye are from Bally, Les Hommes and Ports 1961 for their sleek bomber jacket look, shirt and tie under a onesie jumpsuit, and white anorak that replaced a blazer, respectively. Other notable mentions include John Richmond's sporty, upside-down 7 bomber jacket, Marni's burgundy car coat on matching all-over printed shirt and trousers and Jil Sander's all-over printed suit.

All photos are from Women's Wear Daily.

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Bally

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Corneliani

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Ermenegildo Zegna

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Jil Sander

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John Richmond

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Les Hommes

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Marni

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MSGM

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Ports 1961

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