The Best and Worst of Milan Fashion Week
In these uncertain times, you never know when you might encounter flying sparks and debris in your day-to-day. Fortunately Cristiano Burani has you covered -- literally. Don this chic pair of orange safety goggles to take your look to the next (and safest) level.
The Bad Old Days
It's bad enough to send burlap dresses down the runway, but to add insult to injury Dolce & Gabbana painted blackface portraits of slave women on the dresses, then accessorized with earrings made from blackface figurines. No women of color walking this particular catwalk? No surprises there.
Best Foot Forward
One can always trust Miuccia Prada to present trend-setting designs garnished with some of the craziest accents at fashion week. This season was no exception. Step outside the box in her leather tabi socks and gigantic flatform shoes secured to the feet by wide, ribbon-style straps.
Off the Chain
When your dress isn't short enough or pink enough or loud enough to suit, there's only one recourse: cover it with plastic chains in day-glo colors. That'll get their attention.
The good people at Moschino know that nothing makes you feel more secure and confident than a good, reliable, roll-on deodorant. Or a hat that makes you look like a bottle of it.
Big, Plaid Wolf
When asked how they wanted to feel in their mind-bendingly expensive clothes, 100 percent of women surveyed replied, "Big and plaid." Lucky for everyone, Marni delivered in spades this season.
Be a Clown
What you can't see in this picture: the seven other models hiding inside this pantsuit, waiting to leap out and spray Anna Wintour with seltzer water.
In the Swim
There comes a time in every woman's life when she must wrap herself in a shiny, brightly colored tent, put on her lipstick and swim goggles, and set out to seek her fortune...
Let's Go Crazy
"Hello, DSquared2? Prince is on line one for you. His backup singers want their clothes back."