Milan Fashion Week A/W18

Milan Fashion Week's shows have always been revolutionary but this season surpassed all others. Brands like Gucci, Moschino, and Tod's put on unforgettable shows we've never before seen by including detached heads and puppies on the fashion week runways.

GUCCI.

Alessandro Michele, Italian fashion designer and creative director of Gucci, is changing the way the world views the Gucci brand. In this years Fall 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection some of the most bizarre accessories were featured; however, we can't overlook how culturally inclusive this show was.

Gucci Milan Fashion Week 2018
Gucci Milan Fashion Week 2018
Gucci Milan Fashion Week 2018
Gucci Milan Fashion Week 2018

Photos: Yannis Vlamos/ Indigital.TV

MOSCHINO.

In the Moschino Fall 2018 Ready-To-Wear Collection, Jeremy Scott drew inspiration from JFK conspiracy theories. The show can be summed up as Jackie Kennedy's iconic style meets futuristic-alien pieces, meets Marilyn Monroe, meets the most vibrant colors!

Moschino Milan Fashion Week 2018
Moschino Milan Fashion Week 2018
Moschino Milan Fashion Week 2018 Gigi Hadid
Moschino Milan Fashion Week 2018

Photos: Nicole Phelps/ Vogue

TOD'S.

A notable mention goes out to Tod's for introducing puppies to Milan Fashion Week. Everyone loves a beautiful model on the runway, but when you add puppies to the mix the world goes crazy! Tod's Fall Ready-To-Wear Collection featured Gigi Hadid caring a baby boxer and Yasmin Wijnaldum clutching the cutest Shiba Inu

Tod's Milan Fashion Week 2018 Gigi Hadid
Tod's Milan Fashion Week 2018 Bella Hadid
Tod's Milan Fashion Week 2018

Photos: Evening Standard/ 2018

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