As the fashion set says ciao to Milan and heads to Paris, catch up on all the news from Italy’s Fashion Week.
1. Dolce & Gabbana asked its models to take selfies while walking the runway, and we have an exclusive look at the results.
2. Pat McGrath is going for gold at Prada—gold lipstick! Find out why she opted to paint models’ pouts in a glimmering shade.
3. You don’t have to work at the Moschino car wash to get your hands on its car wash couture. A capsule collection of the brand’s Spring 2016 hits is available to buy now.
4. Alessandro Michele’s Gucci muse is a new romantic with a maximalist bent. Meet the new models who fit the bill here.
5. Those trompe l’oeil ruffles seen at Gucci have a long history in Italian fashion. Meet one of the designers who’s inspiring Michele.
6. Backstage at Versace, Behati Prinsloo spilled her beauty secrets, while Natasha Poly extolled the virtues of kickboxing classes.
7. Ciara, Dakota Johnson, and more danced the night away at Milan’s annual amfAR gala.
8. Take a lesson in Italian color theory with Phil Oh’s street style snaps in Milan, proving that green and crimson, black and navy, and double denim can be as chic as they are cool.
9. Karen Elson and Naomi Campbell aren’t the only famous faces you’ll find in our front row roundup.
10. Riccardo Tisci attended the Versace show and told Vogue.com exactly why he loves Donatella’s creations.
11. Later, Tisci himself played host to a dinner party attended by his Italian muses Cicciolina, Donatella, and Mariacarla—as well as plenty of other Givenchy-loving guests.
12. Hair that takes you from bed to brunch isn’t just a dream—Guido Palau crafted loose buns at Bottega Veneta that get the job done.
13. Milan’s latest upstart, Daizy Shely, might be a new name on the Italian scene (the designer hails from Israel and won Armani’s biannual show sponsorship), but she’s already well known in Hollywood. You’ll find her designs on Fox’s Scream Queens.
14. Activewear and Milan might not be two ideas you associate freely, but Callens is changing that with a gym-to-Via-Gesu-ready collection of cream trousers and anoraks.
15. From the scene at amfAR to the struts at Roberto Cavalli, Vogue.com photographer Kevin Tachman captured all the Milan Fashion Week highs. Don’t miss his exclusive snaps.