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.
Gabriele Colangelo devoted much attention to the fabric treatments for his sober, handsome fall collection.
Georgian designer Irakli Rusadze unfurled a collection marked by a sophisticated sartorial flair and a distinct Eastern European underground feel.
Antonio Marras’ collection was a love letter to strong women — two specifically, Eva Mameli and Pina Bausch.
The collection was sophisticated and emphasized the brand’s leather expertise.
The designer updated his signature architectural approach to women’s wear with the introduction of playful and glamorous details.
Tomas Maier focused on the shoulder in his high-polish show for Bottega Veneta.
Rodolfo Paglialunga closed his tenure at Jil Sander with an elegant collection of revisited and reproportioned women’s staples.
The nomadic tribes of Iran inspired Narguess Hatami collection.
Anna Molinari celebrated the 40th anniversary of the brand with a collection infused with all the signature elements of Blumarine’s hyper-feminine aesthetic.
Ermanno Scervino tightened his focus for fall with a sharp, utterly appealing lineup.