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5 ways to dress like a stylish Italian

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Embrace these five trends from Milan Fashion Week SS15 to channel superbly chic Italian style - and they've all got a 70s feel.

Stylist's Executive Fashion Editor Kitty McGee, Shopping Editor Lucy Reber and Acting Fashion Director Sorrel Kinder are reporting on the SS15 trends at Milan Fashion Week.

1. Denim - it's no longer just for dress-down Fridays

Gucci, Fendi and Alberta Ferretti:

2. Fringing - swaying down all the big name runways

Dolce & Gabbana, Alberta Ferretti and Pucci:

3. Gladiators - knee-high or studded

Alberta Ferretti, DSquared2 and Fausto Puglisi:

4. Tie-ups - waist-flattering belts

Missoni, Sportmax, Marni:

5. 70s - It's back (complete with earthy coloured suedes)

Gucci, Pucci, Alberta Ferretti:

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