Missoni handed out pink hats.


Angela Missoni and her family crowded on the runway wearing pink hats, and she implored the audience to “show the world the fashion community is united and fearless.”


Gucci drew on just about everything for inspiration.


The show’s theme was the Alchemist’s Garden, which translated to 120 looks recalling Genghis Khan, Queen Elizabeth II, punks, Victorian operagoers and more. One model even carried a giant arrow (Cupid? Athena?).


It was so fantastical that it was too fantastical, Vanessa Friedman, our critic, decided: “There’s no escaping the fact that it still looks like costume.”


Halima Aden walked the runways in a hijab.


After walking in the Yeezy Season 5 show in New York City and covering the latest issue of CR Fashion Book, the Muslim Somali-American model (who competed in the Miss Minnesota USA pageant in 2015), appeared at Alberta Ferretti and Max Mara in Milan.


Emilio Pucci channeled the Yeti.


Were the label’s fringe-tastic hats an alternative to sunblock? An ode to grass? A nostalgic remembrance of the shimmer of disco?


Our critic was left scratching her head.


Prada was a haven for the exhausted (and the lazy).


The set evoked a series of bedrooms and provided the backdrop for a show that explored the many ways of being a woman.


“It is the usual argument about how women can’t be intelligent and interesting and seductive, too,” Mrs. Prada said. “Which is never finished. But I thought, we need to have it again.”


Moschino recycled (or appeared to).


Jeremy Scott, the label’s creative director, said he was inspired by “things people don’t find beautiful, what they discard.” That meant: a gown made of leather gloves, a bicycle wheel that doubled as a helmet and a shower-curtain skirt with bathmat fringe.


Unfortunately, it turned out that most of the materials had not actually been previously used.


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