Also, Burberry is launching an online customization service for trench coats so that you can basically design your own.
The Estonian beauty beat out Natasha Poly, Raquel Zimmermann, and Natalia Vodianova.
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A DESIGNER fruit-and-cheese platter, obviously.
Fall's biggest runway trends included capes, blazers, tall socks, Highland plaids, and more.
Bold brows, slick hair, red lips, and more.
And Lucite. Lots of Lucite.
The week's two main faces: clean and airy versus sixties mod.
With runway regulars missing in action, Milan proved to be a battleground for the new crop of girls.
From Alberta Ferretti, Miu Miu, Fendi, and more.
Plain burkas are so last season.
And Estée Lauder, L’Oréal, and Procter & Gamble are reportedly developing lower-priced lines.
Their owner is broke. Surprise!
Burberry, Roberto Cavalli, and Versace are among the labels scaling back.
Milan's runways were dominated by established models, leaving the newcomers to scramble for spots.
Designers breathed new life into bags, gloves morphed into statement pieces, and jewelry was meant to be seen.
After New York's plethora of black boots, we were excited to see some more variety marching down the Italian runways in Milan.
While colorful makeup electrified the New York runways, beauty was decidedly darker across the pond.
Just as the runways predict a burst of color this fall, beauty is no different. It was a season of pure spectacle.