Fox fur woven into French braids at Fendi, 2-D Comme des Garcons-inspired looks at Emporio Armani and more things we can't forget from the Fall 2013 Milan shows.
Leave it to Karl Lagerfeld to use fur in the most unexpected of ways including "fur-hawks" woven into French braids and onto the sides of sunglasses at Fendi.
Dolce & Gabbana always ends their show in dramatic style and this season's model stampede included lace, embroidery and golden crowns.
Give Them a Break
Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron prove once again that Ferre is one of Milan's most underrated brands.
Marni Goes Light on Prints
Not only did Consuelo Castiglioni go in a darker direction for Fall 2013, she didn't show a single retro print.
To complement the relaxed silhouettes Miuccia Prada opted for this season, her models walked the runway with wet-looking hair that made it appear as though they had all just taken a shower.
Classic Pucci prints haven't been associated with Pucci's unapologetically sexy runway shows for a number of seasons now, but they made some memorable appearances this season.
Tough Luxe Choker
Here's one look from Versace that we hope, for safety's sake, never makes its way to retail.
Teddy Bear Camel Coats
Max Mara showed a slew of camel coats including oversized ones that have widely been compared to teddy bears.
Following the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, Christopher Kane and Versace, all of whom showed a number of tartan/Scottish-inspired looks, Moschino presented a veritable tartan explosion.
Dolce & Gabbana always ends its show in dramatic style and this season's model stampede included red lace, embroidery and golden crowns.