Milan Fashion Week 2018: Gucci presents bizzare collection; Moschino goes back to the sixties

FP Staff

Feb,23 2018 13:02 52 IST

1/8 The ongoing Milan Fashion Week 2018 saw models carrying replicas of their own severed heads down the runway. Image from Twitter/@a1andar

The ongoing Milan Fashion Week 2018 saw models carrying replicas of their own severed heads down the runway. Image from Twitter/@a1andar

2/8 The Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection was called 'Cyborg'. Image from Twitter/@a1andar

The Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection was called 'Cyborg'. Image from Twitter/@a1andar

3/8 Gucci's creative director, Alessandro Michele, also sent models down the catwalk cradling baby dragons, snakes and chameleons and another had a third eye in the center of her forehead. Image from Twitter/@FireeFashion

Gucci's creative director, Alessandro Michele, also sent models down the catwalk cradling baby dragons, snakes and chameleons and another had a third eye in the center of her forehead. Image from Twitter/@FireeFashion

4/8 The runway was made to look like an operating theater, complete with a table and surgical lights. Image from Twitter/@joaopedromesmo

The runway was made to look like an operating theater, complete with a table and surgical lights. Image from Twitter/@joaopedromesmo

5/8 Moschino's Jeremy Scott's runway show at the Milan Fashion Week 2018 was an ode to the women of the 60s; namely Jackie Kennedy. Gigi Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@GigiHadidsNews

Moschino's Jeremy Scott's runway show at the Milan Fashion Week 2018 was an ode to the women of the 60s; namely Jackie Kennedy. Gigi Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@GigiHadidsNews

6/8 Moschino's colorful runway reimagined Jackie Kennedy's signature look. Gigi Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@opfavestyles

Moschino's colorful runway reimagined Jackie Kennedy's signature look. Gigi Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@opfavestyles

7/8 Creations featured oranges, purples, and yellows. 62 looks were presented that recreated the late First Lady's iconic tweed skirt suit and pillbox hat. Bella Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@_daintyrose_

Creations featured oranges, purples, and yellows. 62 looks were presented that recreated the late First Lady's iconic tweed skirt suit and pillbox hat. Bella Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@_daintyrose_

8/8 Some of the models sported head-to-toe body paint in bright neon yellow, blue, and lime green colours. Bella Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@Fashionista_com

Some of the models sported head-to-toe body paint in bright neon yellow, blue, and lime green colours. Bella Hadid walks the ramp for Moschino. Image from Twitter/@Fashionista_com