It’s the first day of Milano Fashion Week when the most absolute crowd of the season starts entering through the walls of the colossal headquarter of Gucci Hub. The Italian native designer, Alessandro Michele never made our eyes stop dreaming since his debut as creative director for the house of Gucci.

This is season is bringing us directly backstage to experience the brewing magic.

The show was staged behind a circular glass case including clothing racks, makeup counters and a moving platform on which models lined up on a moving platform before walking around the venue only for the finale. All looks seemed to portray a mix of identities that together made up a particular story. There was a series of kinky leathered collars from last season contrasted with baby doll dresses and sparkly crucifixes alongside large gown dresses and even jeans. Overall, the vibe of the collection was positively eccentric with a touch of Italian opulence and mystery from the middle age.

Find below selections from the best looks of street style outside the show:

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