Updated argyle, pleated skirts, and knit diversity with a surprise guest appearance by Mickey Mouse.
Virginie Viard takes inspiration from Coco Chanel's racehorse Romantica as well as Karl Lagerfeld's seven-league boots.
Natacha Ramsay-Levi explores a diverse landscape of sculpture, poetry, and paintings.
Cividini reminds everyone to wear sweaters this fall, especially in yarns of cashmere, alpaca, camel, and merino wool.
Dior's signature Bar jacket in pant-suit form serves as a perfect starting point for Maria Grazia Chiuri's feminist-themed collection.
Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana showed over 120 looks in their knit-heavy collection.
Dries Van Noten looks at nocturnal glamour inspired by the sultry makeup of Serge Lutens and a night out at London's Camden Palace or New York's Mudd Club.
Gilberto Calzolari continues his green manufacturing techniques with upcycled umbrella fabric that becomes dresses.
Alessandro MIchele's reveals the talents behind the curtain by bringing the backstage to the forefront.
Lucie and Luke Meier clearly enjoys fashion craftsmanship as the duo develops new manufacturing techniques.
Bruno Sialelli shows a contemporary collection reviving distinctly Lanvin design elements from past couture collections.
Soft, powdery shapes of iridescent flares and herbal patterns form a vintage romantic theme.
The great bazaars of Istanbul serve as the seed inspiration point for the block prints.
Jeremy Scott's looks at the idea of cosplaying to Marie Antoinette through what he calls "Anime Antoinette".
Structure and fringe mix with traditional Prada design elements.
Alessandro dell'Acqua's final collection for Rochas brings back some of his archive pieces from the House for timeless fashion.
Pierpaolo Piccioli takes inspiration from Marlene Dumas' paintings that depicts abolishing excess through washed out black ink in a very goth collection.
Donatella Versace celebrates equality and diversity by showing men's and women's collections together for the first time for the brand on the same runway.