On hoods, on skirts, on the edge of sleeves, fashionís softest (and most controversial) material is widely loved this season.
The most versatile pieceóitís seventies, long, and loose at Dolce & Gabbana and Marni; neat and nipped at the waist at Jean Paul Gaultier and Michael Kors.
More an accessory than a basic; Fendi, Missoni, and Giambattista Valli kept it close to the body, while J. Mendel cut his in a classic A-line flare.
At MaxMara, Viktor & Rolf, and Roberto Cavalli, they were overgrown plush gloves, while Salvatore Ferragamo threw on a swath of fox at a dramatic angle.
The force that is Karl Lagerfeld powers through Chanelís preshow prep with a seemingly endless source of new ideas.
By knowing just where to put a brooch, stylist Katie Grand glosses a designerís collection.