MILAN — Bottega Veneta's Tomas Maier has a deft hand at subtlety. This season, he worked more of that nuanced magic in his tailored silhouettes, gently softening up those men's wear-inspired garments to a slouchy-yet-chic effect. Here, a duchesse satin jacket and pants paired with a tulle bustier.

Easy does it. Designers took a turn away from structured volume for spring and opted, instead, for a softer touch in languid, slouchy or deflated silhouettes.

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