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.
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.
The Italian blogger, aka The Blonde Salad, relies on her 8.2 million followers on Instagram to provide feedback on her shoe collections.
The designer said he was influenced by Liz Taylor and the mod girls of the Swinging Sixties.
Mario Dice didn’t stray far from the house’s archives with his Pop Art-inspired collection.
The beauty look at Etro takes you on a journey to the Himalayas.
A gorgeous, sun-kissed woman at Blumarine was the inspiration.
Aquilano.Rimondi went back to the future with a collection that was an ode to stone cold Eighties power dressing.
Though Angela Missoni handed out pink pussy hats at her show, most of the clothes didn’t track as political, but they did track as chic.
Colorful extensions and graphic eyes defined the look at Versace.
Born as a vintage web site two years ago, La Double J has rapidly blossomed into a label of its own.