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There was some serious It Girl ammo at Bottega Veneta, with Kendall, Gigi, Bella, Adwoa, Kaia, Presley, Hailey, Candice, and Emily Ratajkowski (ciao!) walking in the 10 am show.
But the star-studded lineup wasn’t the only talking point on Tomas Meier’s Spring 2018 runway. The collection involved a heavy dose of Millennial Pink, along with its cousin, Unicorn Purple (you know, that pinky-violet shade frequently used on Care Bears and My Little Pony merch). But unlike in New York, the pink party wasn’t just a girl thing—Meier gave his male models the same colors and silhouettes as the women, with some carrying pink bags and even clutches, too.
It almost seems like a requirement, now, for every brand to include an Instagrammable moment as part of their runway show.
Here's Bottega Veneta's:
Designer Tomas Maier closed out the brand's 50th anniversary show with supermodel of the moment, Gigi Hadid, and supermodel of the era, Lauren Hutton.