Daily digest
WWD: A wrap-up of Milan Fashion Week, with reviews for Dolce & Gabbana, Jil Sander, Versace, and Miu Miu, world travel-inspired Roberto Cavalli, Gianfranco Ferré, Etro, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Philosophy by Alberta Ferretti, and Strenesse, and Alessandro Dell'Acqua, Luisa Beccaria, Antonio Berardi, Stephen Fairchild, Blugirl, and Cividini, plus lesser-known designers and super-luxury companies with smaller presentations. And: accessory hits; what the retailers thought; the new Scott Mallory store in Soho; and my favorite Spice Girl Posh Spice teams up with Rock & Republic for a high-end denim line.

NYT: Cathy Horyn's final Milan review; behind the scenes at Roberto Cavalli; and yet another ode to Miuccia Prada.

NYP: Before I link to this article, I'm going to say that I don't agree 100% with the advice in it, but here's part two in how not to look fat: shoes. (For example, if you have fat legs, wearing a clunky heel, or especially a clunky platform, is going to make your legs look fatter, like stovepipes. Also, I think kitten heels look good on everyone. But I agree that ankle straps tend to draw more attention to the problem.) Also, once again, fashion editors are trying to push gold accessories; and sales.

IHT: Suzy Menkes on the remaining Milan shows; designer clothes for tots; and the importance of the trunk show.

The Daily: Runway reports from Versace, Miu Miu, Roberto Cavalli, Alessandro Dell'Acqua, and Jil Sander. Plus, an interview with Tom Ford and Prada bought out Helmut Lang.

Lookonline.com: Yet more ruminations on the Prada influence.

Daily Candy: For naughty Upper East Siders, lingerie boutique Myla is now open.

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