Jamie Bell, Gary Oldman, Emile Hirsch and Adrien Brody were just some of the A-List actors recruited by Miuccia Prada and her team for Sunday's runway show, featuring designs for Autumn/Winter 2012.

Willem Defoe, Tim Roth and Garret Hedlund also took to the runway. The show had a vast array of influences and design details, throwing a nod to the Sixties, Andy Warhol and Bond films of the past.

The polar neck took centre stage, alongside busy, oversized coats, midriff-cinching Sixties bomber jackets and high-waisted slacks. There was also a nod to the military theme with crisp tailoring, embellished with coat-of-arms inspired brooches and breast pocket detail.

Double-breasted coats and blazers gave a further military and regal feel to the collection. Fur and over-sized lapels and collars further emphasised a vintage feel.

The models and actors were weaved comfortably together throughout the show. Milan men's fashion week continues today with the final day of shows. Among those showing today are Dsquared2, Diesel Black & Gold and Giorgio Armani.

Highlights of the shows over the past few days have been Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabbana, Pringle of Scotland and Emenegildo Zegna. Vivienne Westwood presented a toned-down, almost conservative looking collection which was inspired by and supported the series 'Frozen Planet'.

Paris men's fashion week will begin later this week.