Sportmax: Out of the porthole came a bevy of retro beauties in sleek naval suits, high-waisted cotton tap pants and some slick lacquered tops for a high-seas outing with plenty of legs. Iceberg: Disco flash and athletic garb is Iceberg's tried-and-true formula, and for spring that meant oversize gold Windbreakers over shorts, fitted jackets with loose jodhpurs, cutout bodysuits and minidresses in all shapes and sizes.
Pollini by Rifat Ozbek: Ozbek's message was sweet, pretty and filled with ethnic references in a parade of airy silk dresses, boxy shorts and blouses in madras and tribal prints, spruced up with shell and tortoise embellishments at the neckline.
Moncler Gamme Rouge: Alessandra Facchinetti's glinting, structured collection at Moncler was filled with scuba-inspired jackets in micro sequins, lightweight down Edwardian blousons and belted numbers with fabric insets that were haughty sportif.
Trussardi: Gaia Trussardi's third collection for her family's company was a mélange of hippie-chic tailoring and artfully cut suede coats that made for a stronger, though still evolving, direction for the house.
La Perla: Those expecting a romp of lingerie-derived clothes got wearable summer classics instead — a fringed coatdress, snakeskin-print columns, sleek pantsuits and peasant blouses over shorts — more suited for outdoor living than boudoir lounging.
Schumacher: Designer Dorothee Schumacher-Singhoff straddled two sides of dressing — Audrey Hepburn chic and voluminous, free-flowing chiffons — for a commercial collection with plenty of appeal.
Brunello Cucinelli: Sweating it out at Brunello Cucinelli is a stylish affair as the designer wraps his sportif customers in cashmere track tops, finely spun jersey tanks and sweat pants.
Alberta Ferretti's "Rainbow Week" sweaters are back. The designer closed her #MFW show with a few day-of-the-week sweaters, which first debuted on the catwalk last January as part of the pre-fall 2017 collection. #wwdfashion (📷: @delphineachard)