Opened by another one of Gucci's Insta-worthy spectacles, the Italian leg of Fashion Month has brought us some seriously newsworthy sartorial moments. We take a look at the highlights so far...
1. Versace Paid Tribute To Gianni
Fashion's new guard including Bella, Gigi, Kendall and Kaia may have opened the show but Donatella made sure that her finale paid tribute to the supers who started it all.
Versace celebrated the 20th anniversary of Gianni's death with bringing out the original supermodels. Cindy, Naomi, Carla, Claudia & Helena. pic.twitter.com/bJoskuFaWZ— IAMFASHION (@IAMFASHlON) September 22, 2017
(L-R) Candice Swanepoel, Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid at Versace S/S18
Taking a bow with the designer, Naomi, Carla, Claudia, Cindy and Helena strutted down the catwalk to a standing ovation, proving their status as eternal runway royalty.
2. Jeremy Scott Turned Flowers Into High Fashion
(L-R) Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Kaia Gerber at Moschino S/S18
Taking spring's predictable floral trend to an entirely new level, models including Joan Smalls and Gigi Hadid took to the runway for Moschino's finale wrapped up in a literal bouquet of flowers - complete with a couture red bow that was blooming beautiful.
3. My Little Pony Made A Comeback At Moschino
As part of the brand's 'see now, buy now' model, their latest pop culture collab will take shoppers back to their childhoods with sweatshirts, dresses, jackets and lunchboxes inspired by the 80s favourite childhood toy, My Little Pony.
4. Kaia Gerber Continued Her Runway Reign
(L-R) Versace, Prada, Fendi
We're struggling to remember a model in recent history who's had as strong of an opening season as supermodel spawn, Kaia Gerber. Cindy Crawford's mini me started her career at Calvin Klein earlier this month and has now added the likes of Versace, Prada and Fendi to her sartorial CV. We're impressed.
5. Fendi Made The Case For Blue Bangs
Gigi Hadid at Fendi S/S18
Constructed by industry legend (and Lagerfeld fave) Sam McKnight, side swept extensions painted in shades of navy blue and mermaid green added a punk update to Fendi's 50s-inspired, conservative looks. Teamed with an exaggerated winged liner and matte skin, this is one (temporary) look we'll definitely be attempting to pull off.