Kaia Gerber wore a Fendi t-shirt to kick off Day two of Milan Fashion Week.
Bella Hadid looked prim in a calf-length dress.
Kaia Gerber at Max Mara, wearing another tee.
Same for Lara Stone.
Max Mara dressed Gigi Hadid
and other top models in shades of black and layered patterns in his vaguely punk-inspired show.
A closeup of Hadid's smokey eye.
In stark contrast to Max Mara, there was the Moschino show on Wednesday, a technicolor '60s fantasy with plenty of short hemlines and pillbox hats.
Gucci drifted into a world of fantasy with its show Tuesday, Feb. 21, using a sleeping dragon and even replicas of its models heads as props.
Austrian-born designer Arthur Arbesser showed splashy designs with vibrant hues Tuesday, Feb. 21.
Designer Lucio Vanotti curated a collection that seemingly celebrates the beauty of simplicity.
Slinky silhouettes, structured coats and sequins paraded the Albino Teodoro runway.