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The Milan 100

Milan Fashion Week was an eclectic blend of looks for spring/summer 2012, from the print clash of D&G's final collection, to the demure twenties and fifties inspired-looks at Gucci and Prada, quirky Picasso jumpers at Jil Sander, and preppy pastel sportswear at Versus. To help you navigate next season's trends, Stylist's fashion team have edited the collections into the top 100 essential looks that we just can't wait to wear next summer.

View the Milan 100 below - simply click an image to open the gallery.

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