The world’s fashionistas flocked to Milan Fashion Week, one of the world’s big four style capitals, for shows from top Italian houses like Diesel, Bottega Veneta and Gucci. We combed through the coverage to present our favourite unveils during the week, which wrapped on Monday. So here we go: 15 of the best looks seen this year, from shredded gowns and ruffled shirts to – wait for it – dresses and suits printed with dog portraits. 1. Antonio Marras’ dresses and suits printed with dog portraits Beloved dog breeds like dalmatians and pugs were represented in the Italian designer’s maximalist and preppy garments. 2. Diesel’s shredded creations Some models walked the runway in crocheted hoodies and matching pants that were covered with large tears from top to bottom. Others wore neon dresses with shredded skirts and tiny, ripped crop tops. Read more : First day highlights at Milan Fashion Week 2023, from Diesel to Fendi 3. Del Core’s powerful, simplistic fashion Neutral-coloured wrap dresses were a staple of the autumn/winter 2023 show from the Milan-based fashion house. One of the most striking was a tan, sleeveless gown with a flowing train and form-fitting bodice that looked as if it was moulded to the model who wore it. 4. Etro’s bold patterns and textured fabrics There was a 70s vibe to the runway, as seen via warm-toned, knit dresses with floral embellishments and leather outerwear sets. 5. Fendi’s 90s style trends The runway was filled with trench coats, pleated pencil skirts and asymmetrical dresses, all of which were subtly emblazoned with Fendi’s monogram. But arguably the best look showcased was a baby-blue polo neck paired with a lace skirt, lace-up boots and a grey handbag. 7 of Bretman Rock’s ‘baddest’ gender-fluid outfits ever 6. Alberta Ferretti’s sheer looks, in three unique ways The Italian fashion designer displayed short-sleeve, high-neck dresses made entirely from lace, and minidresses covered in crystals with sheer panels across their skirts. But most unique were Feretti’s sheer, two-piece sets, which included mesh tops paired with beaded, see-through miniskirts. 7. Roberto Cavalli’s daring season The designer displayed daring gowns made from denim, printed suits with feather-like designs and webbed, see-through dresses. 8. Blumarine’s fiery runway – with ruffles The best examples of the style came in the form of a flowing, tan halter dress with fabric roses on its neckline, and a feather-covered miniskirt paired with a ruffled shirt worn open. 9. Cukovy’s bold outerwear The Hungarian brand gave a new meaning to the term “puffer coat” with a massive jacket it displayed on the runway. It had three puffy tiers each in a different colour, and it was so long that it reached the catwalk. 10. Moschino’s crystal-encrusted creations Some pieces, like Moschino’s leather jacket and matching shorts, were decorated with massive, diamond-rimmed crystals. But others, like the sheer dress Jeremy Scott paired with a fluffy feather jacket, were covered in smaller, colourful gemstones. 7 key fashion trends to know for spring/summer 2023 – including jelly shoes 11. Vivetta’s fun and colourful clothes One exceptional look was reminiscent of Little Red Riding Hood, featuring a red satin cape over matching tights. Another look mixed shades of baby blue across its asymmetrical top and quilted skirt. 12. Gucci’s strikingly fearless looks One of the best was a strapless gown with a cream-coloured corset top and a black velvet skirt that puffs out at the hips. For a pop of colour, Gucci added red tights. Similarly, one of the most daring looks on the brand’s runway was a lace halter-neck dress paired with neon-yellow tights. 13. Act No. 1’s menswear-meets-womenswear suits Look 45 in the show was a tan, suede suit with oversized sleeves and loose-fitting pants. Attached to both pieces were layers of green ruffles that looked as if they’d been plucked from a ball gown. 14. Han Kjøbenhavn’s unique structural garments The designer displayed a red, mesh gown that looks simple at first, with long sleeves and a form-fitting bodice. But up top, the neckline extends into a solid red shield around the model’s face. Similarly, he paired a black, mermaid-style leather skirt with a 3D swirl that wrapped around the model’s head and acted as a top. What to expect at a controversial Paris Fashion Week 2023 15. Bottega Veneta’s office-ready attire, with a playful twist The brand’s long-sleeve dresses stood out with sheer fabric and tiered layers of unique prints. Two-piece outfits, on the other hand, were made from thick fabrics and paired with gloves made from the same material as Bottega Veneta’s signature purses. This article originally appeared on Insider . Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .