loomed over the first day of Milan Fashion Week. Lagerfeld was widely known for his work for Chanel. He also had a long commitment to Fendi, where he was artistic director for 54 years.
American designer Jeremy Scott parodied "The Price Is Right."
For its third Genius collection, Moncler enlisted eight designers to reimagine its classic down jacket to dramatic effect.
Spun a tale of Gothic romance referencing Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein."
Fendi collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld
Models' low ponytails recalled the late designer's own signature style.
The company was bought by Michael Kors last year, but if this season's show is any sign, it will be sticking to its flamboyant, glamorous aesthetic.
Daniel Lee's 1st collection for Bottega Veneta.
Praised for its architectural tailoring, layered knitwear, versatile dresses.
Unconventional takes on Roberto Cavalli's signature tiger prints dominated at the brand's show.
Gucci's Alessandro Michele sent masked models down a mirrored runway in front of a dazzling strobe light display.
Wrap Up: Inching toward Inclusion
With black models walking many of the week's biggest shows and a range of ages shown as well, Milan seems to be moving in the right direction when it comes to diversity.