Oddly-shaped, overly-styled mohawks at the likes of Bottega Veneta and Jill Sander.
Moon boots paired with ski suits and a bow tie at D&G.
Every model walking out in geek-chic spectacles and berets at Giorgio Armani.
The absence of Jesus Luz.
The Dior Homme show will be streamed life online at diorhomme.com on Saturday, January 23rd (3 p.m. Paris time which is 9 a.m. New York time). Prada and Burberry were also among those that opted to stream their shows live this season.
Over-sized leather fanny packs at Gianfranco Ferré.
Blood, death, zombie, military, and all around fright-inducing themes that included faux blood at the likes of DSquared2, Burberry, and, of course, at the skull master Alexander McQueen’s show.
Style.com got the lowdown on the hair at Vivienne Westwood. The British designer wanted her models to exude homeless-chic, which explains the fact that the models at her show walked the runway with hair that was matted down with powder, so as to give the illusion of early-morning frost.
Leather overload at Versace.
Roland Mouret bringing his endless design talent to menswear.