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Floral foliage and tropical prints were at the fore of Dolce & Gabbana’s jungle-inspired SS20 collection in Milan yesterday, where the interiors of their Metropol show space morphed into a slice of the Amazon.

Floral set designers Rattiflora flanked the runway with hundreds of plants, as models emerged between palm tree leaves dressed in safari-inspired khaki jumpsuits and floral printed dresses.


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Models trotted down a leopard-print carpet, wearing similarly themed animal print couture, pineapple prints and lime green suits.

The jungle has been a recurrent theme at Milan fashion week with fashion houses Giorgio Armani and Donatella Versace also using the motif in their shows.


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