The Italian fashion brands like Prada, Gucci, and Bottega Veneta are legendary brands who are sought out for their leather and non-leather goods, but did their collections hold up to that legacy? Gucci explored childhood, which pushed Alessandro Michele’s imagination. Richard Quinn cleaned up with his Moncler Genius runway show, which was an out-there outerwear take on brand signatures. Prada was weird but reflected on brand signatures, which is nice but still complex to take in. Moschino just said “Let them eat cake” but I don’t know if Jeremy Scott understands the word’s more modern meaning. Francesco Risso’s Marni just reminded me of the Somebody That I Used To Know” music video. This Versace collection will most likely live on, as the crusty finale dress hem is unforgettable for all the wrong reasons. Bottega Veneta is just weird, like every season. It just makes no sense, but the bags are nice. And Fendi closed out the week with a powerful dissertation on fabrics and textile manipulation done masterfully by Silvia Venturini Fendi.
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