MILAN — The first signs of a recovery in the Italian economy, the fashion industry’s choral efforts to bring luster back to Milan Fashion Week and a crop of new young designers leaving their mark on the scene contributed to an effervescent season that left retailers excited.

“Milan is clearly taking big strides to compete on the global world. The city is alive and continues to reinvent itself both culturally and architecturally along with the fashion industry,” said Barbara Atkin, vice president, fashion direction, at Toronto-based Holt Renfrew.

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