As Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 comes to a close, designers haven’t been the only ones showing runway-ready looks — celebrities also suited up for shows and events in their most eye-catching outfits. Above and below, we’ve rounded up our favorite looks from the front row.
Alessandro Michele‘s Gucci show saw a huge turnout: Amandla Stenberg sported a bright red romper by the brand while frequent Gucci collaborator Petra Collins contrasted a sheer slip dress with heeled riding boots and a matching crop. Yara Shahidi attended in a gold babydoll dress and graphic eye makeup.
At Prada, Lisa of BLACKPINK also shone in a gold leather jacket and skirt while Emily Ratajkowski opted for earth tones in a dark brown belted trench. In between shows, Bella Hadid paired her vintage Vivienne Westwood jeans with Prada’s popular Monolith boots and a “B” initial necklace.
Paloma Elsesser matched her eye makeup to her dark green Ferragamo suit.
Cara Delevingne attended Hugo Boss in a lilac suit and point-toe boots.
It-couple Tessa Thompson and Dev Hynes wore coordinating beige and black outfits to Bottega Veneta.
Yara Shahidi channeled the ’60s in a gilded Gucci babydoll dress, knee-high platform boots and mod eye makeup.
Rapper Saweetie posed outside of the Duomo di Milano in a head-to-toe printed look by Parisian designer Harry Halim.
Emily Ratajkowski stepped out at night in a black satin trench coat and knee-high boots.
Susie Lau, AKA Susie Bubble, attended the Prada show in a velvet frock and strappy Nodaleto platforms.
Industry powerhouse Eva Chen braved day two of MFW in a Max Mara coat, leather pants by Whistles and Manolo Blahnik‘s classic point-toe pumps.
BLACKPINK’s Lisa stole the show at Prada in a gold leather set topped off with platform Mary Janes.
Model Coco Rocha dared to mix bold prints at the Moncler Genius show.
Bella Hadid threw it back in a pair of jeans from Vivienne Westwood’s FW92 collection, “Always on Camera.”
Lou Doillon and her son attended Gucci in matching electric blue and yellow outfits.
Anna Wintour herself previewed Donatella Versace‘s new collection, set to show on February 21, in a geometric print dress accessorized with her signature black sunglasses.