The collection was the fashion equivalent of a souvenir shop, so stocked with kitschy local clichés that one wondered if it were done in partnership with the Sicilian bureau of tourism. There were two main looks: First, colorful puppet prints, a too-literal depiction of street theater, that were garishly splashed across tunics, skirts and dresses, done in a variety of Dolce & Gabbana stock silhouettes.

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Mostly monochromatic, this collection had a languid, laid-back glamour telegraphed by luxe fabrics and embellishments. The label’s designers, Heidi Middleton and Sarah-Jane Clarke, said they took their design elements both from the “energy” of Peru and of Buenos Aires, following a jaunt there earlier this year, and from elements of masculine and feminine dressing.

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After the giant egg performance at the Guggenheim Museum Lady gaga took her performance art talents across the pond, hitting the catwalk for famous hat maker Philip Treacy’s Michael Jackson-themed London Fashion Week show. (It’s the designer’s first in 13 years, though his hats are worn by countless celebs.)

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