Mothers and daughters, siblings and families took to the Milan catwalk on Sunday for Dolce & Gabbana, who celebrated the family, as well as diversity in size, height, age and ethnicity with its celebrity customers.
Bottega Veneta looked to the 1940s for inspiration to kick start its sales growth for an understated but luxe AW17 collection showing Saturday in Milan, with fitted waists, accentuated shoulders and day-time tuxedos.
Michael Kors Holding and Coach are among the companies that have made it through to the second round of bidding for handbag and accessories maker Kate Spade & Co, according to sources. Others are also in the running.
The catwalk bandwagon has rolled on so what do we make of LFW now labels big and small are back in their studios (hopefully) writing firm orders? There was plenty to love as well as some challenging looks in a busy week.
"Couture is an attitude, not a price point", read the plain white t-shirt over sturdy leather biker trousers worn by Moschino's designer Jeremy Scott at the end of the Italian brand's extravagant fashion show in Milan.
There was continuity and change for Prada Thursday as one of the key influencer labels showed a strong collection that generated wild applause, as well as reviving the statement cardigan and elevating the crochet bra.