This season, the Milan shows delivered drama in spades, even with Gucci off the schedule (the Italian house will unveil its spring collection in Paris). Versace’s presentation of barely-there miniskirts and oversize blazers in traffic-stopping colors opened with a bang: The first model down the runway was the ’90s super Shalom Harlow. Etro took a softer — but no less arresting — approach, with a display of beautifully layered knits high on texture and a hint of shimmer. At Prada, models clad in bug-eyed sunglasses and sculptural headbands sported pleated skirts with tie-dyed prints that were equal parts far-out and fetching. Click through the slide show to see highlights from the week.
- Rod Rosenstein’s Job Is Safe, for Now: Inside His Dramatic Day
- Opinion: Pigs All the Way Down
- Brett Kavanaugh Vows Not to Withdraw After Facing New Allegations
- What Teenagers Think About the Allegations Against Brett Kavanaugh
- Opinion: Decent Men Don’t Do These Things
- Bill Cosby Sentencing: Psychologist Says Threat to Women Remains
- Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, Humiliated by Attack, Vow to Retaliate
- Opinion: The Party of No Ideas
- Opinion: Man Up, Grassley. Question Blasey Ford Yourself.
- Amber Guyger, Dallas Officer Who Killed Botham Jean in His Home, Is Fired