Gucci – The Autumn-Winter 2016 season was dominated by the feminine look Alessandro Michele introduced at Gucci last year. This season continued that theme with 1970s motifs and flowing fabrics.
Dries Van Noten – Dries Van Noten showed beautiful looks that were both poetic and pragmatic.
Prada – Miuccia Prada brought boyhood in full force with sailor hats, shorts and race car-covered jumpers.
Louis Vuitton – At Louis Vuitton, artistic director Kim Jones continued to push the brand in a new and exciting direction, defined more by a fashion statement than the usual traveling wardrobe concept.
Craig Green – Conceptual designer Craig Green projected futurism and military vibes on the catwalk, all rendered in a minimal palette.
Marni – Don't let the luxurious furs fool you. This season Marni had a youthful spirit, with sneakers, crew necks and creative color combos.
Missoni – According to designer Angela Missoni, the collection channels a fictional rock star who went soul-searching in the Himalayas.
Soulland – London brand Soulland presented its collection outdoors in Bloomsbury Square Garden regardless of the rain.
Nasir Mazhar – Nasir Mazhar's all-black collection was inspired by club gear, fetish wear and goth fashion.
OAMC – OAMC mixes directional ideas with a strong sense of wearability. The clothes have attitude and energy, and are made in the best possible factories.
Pigalle – Designer Stephane Ashpool (center) soft color palette brought a feminine touch to his classic sportswear.
Raf Simons – Raf Simons' menswear showing was his first since leaving his post at Christian Dior last October.
Rick Owens – Black? Unconventional silhouettes? Leather? Rick Owens is nothing if not refreshingly consistent.
White Mountaineering x Adidas Originals – The Japanese-German partnership landed in Florence with an elaborate light show.