Diego Marquez and Mirko Fontana were inspired by Aesop’s classic fables for fall.
Fulvio Rigoni showed a mostly wearable, refined collection with gentle refinement, but his vision hasn’t fully crystallized yet.
A Wim Wenders-East Berlin inspiration put Arbesser’s gritty quirk factor in its element.
The designer’s fall collection was a dream, a slightly otherworldly outing.
While his background is in tailoring, the designer delivered feminine flair with panache.
Rossella Jardini combined masculine and feminine elements in her elegant, wearable collection.
The Italian designer was inspired by Alberto Burri and Antonio Canova’s works
For her second ready-to-wear collection, Sara Battaglia updated her elegant, impeccable aesthetic with touches of bold eccentricity.
The Cold War-themed collection blended U.S. and Russian influences with political statements.
Francesco Risso embraced the Marni standard of eccentricity with a bear hug for his first collection for the house.
David Gandy was chatting to – and posing for selfies with – guests alongside Suki Waterhouse, who was also jetting back to London.
Elisabetta Franchi’s fall 2017 collection was a hyper-feminine, throwback homage to Evita Perón.
Gaia Trussardi kept things clean and classic this season, sending out a collection with fine tailoring, and light touches of leather.
The brand focused on sophisticated fabrics and form-fitting shapes.
Miriam and Piero Cividini were inspired by David Lean’s “Doctor Zhivago” movie for their fall collection.