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The Hits Outnumber the Misses at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2020

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Milan Fashion Week is officially over and it was nothing short of spectacular (despite Giorgio Armani showing his latest collection without an audience due to coronavirus concerns). But if you’ve missed any of the Fall 2020 action over the last few days, we’ve got you covered.

Which designers reigned supreme?

Silvia Venturini Fendi, Fendi’s creative director post-Karl Lagerfeld, proved she’s one to watch by supplying an exquisite collection. She also enlisted Jill Kortleve and Paloma Elsesser as the first-ever plus-size models to walk in a Fendi show. Jeremy Scott brought some fun to Milan Fashion Week with his Marie Antoinette-inspired Moschino offering with models morphing into the queen sporting her elaborate hairstyle and pannier dresses (mixed with Scott’s signature flair, of course). Prada impressed with a “classic” collection and Dolce & Gabbana finally found its way back into our forum members’ good graces.

Which designers missed the mark?

Donatella Versace couldn’t top Jennifer Lopez’s catwalk moment from last season. Ian Griffiths completely forgot who the Max Mara customer is. The Emilio Pucci revival was downright disappointing. And Alessandro Michele actually inspired our forums to start rooting for a Frida Giannini comeback.

As usual, our very own army of fashion critics has been checking out all the shows over in Italy’s fashion capital. Click through the slideshow above to check out all the hits and misses of Milan Fashion Week Fall 2020.

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