Gucci gets gorey – but with new trends galore

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    From the editors of InStyle UK

    A phantasmagorical Gucci show could certainly not outdo the queen when it came to front page fashion news, but designer Alessandro Michele certainly did his best.

    Transformed into a cartoon hued operating theatre, with Nick Cave on the front row, the dark and unsettling so-called ‘Cyborg’ theme only continued when some of the models wandered in with an exact replica of their heads tucked under their arm.

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    If we were meant to be looking at their clothes it was difficult. Swept into Michele’s drama this was a show that questioned identity – how and who constructs it.

    Not that the pieces weren’t, as ever, incredible. Fast-forward a few months and say hello to backless trainers – you saw it here first. These are just a few of our favourite looks and accessories from the Milan Fashion Week show…

    The pussy-cat sweatshirt

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    The plaid and print combo

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    The backless trainer

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    The bejewelled dad trainer

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    The oversized bum bag

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    if you’ll excuse us, we’re off to prep for all of these trends.

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