As Milan Fashion Week continues its run of the Spring 2011 collections, we're noticing a continuation of the color explosion that we saw at the likes of Marc Jacobs, Peter Som, and L.A.M.B. during the New York shows.

Gucci was particularly vibrant with sharp suits and dresses with peek-a-boo cutouts in hues of amber, aqua, and purple. Brights were not a problem at Prada either, where the brand's matriarch Miuccia Prada encouraged individualism with tops adorned with monkey prints. (Take apart this collection and you'll actually unearth several wearable pieces.)

Moschino was filled with urban cowgirls, while Versace featured long-fringe gowns. (They, too, also opted for some peep-worthy slits in tight body-con dresses.)

Not every designer focused on Roy G. Biv ready-to-wear. Alberta Ferretti opted for a more ethereal approach with long wispy chiffon dresses and gowns in subtle shades.

Check out the gallery for a parade of beautiful looks.