Highlights From Milan Fashion Week March 3, 2018 | BY AFP Relax News Milan Fashion Week brought a host of exceptional shows, as well as surprises, with eagerly awaited collection previews from Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Missoni, Dolce & Gabbana and Tommy Hilfiger. Strong and determined women once again took centre stage in the shows, although themes and inspirations varied greatly from collection to collection. Here's a look at some of the highlights from the final weekend at Milan Fashion Week. START GALLERY Fashion #MilanFashionWeek #fashionweek Related Stories Queen Elizabeth II Made A Surprise Visit To London Fashion Week February 21, 2018 | BY AFP 7 Of Our Favourite Shows From Paris Couture Fashion Week 2018 February 1, 2018 | BY Rosana Lai Bottega Veneta Opts Out Of Milan Fashion Week In September July 26, 2018 | BY AFP Men’s Fashion Week Highlights For Spring/Summer 2019 July 11, 2018 | BY Benjamin Fitzgerald 7 Millennial Royals To Follow On Instagram March 5, 2018 | BY Chloe Pek The Best Street Style Trends From New York Fashion Week That You Can Wear Right Now March 2, 2018 | BY Cheryl Chan photo_library Highlights From Milan Fashion Week March 3, 2018 | BY AFP Relax News × Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP A slender silhouette with a sportswear vibe from Fendi's procession of strong, modern women. Advertisement Click To Skip Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Femininity meets laid-back chic and streetwear at Dolce & Gabbana. The collection celebrates modern-day queens and features religious influences. Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Versace sent strong, determined women down the runway in Milan, showcasing highly colourful looks mixing motifs and materials. (Related: Queen Elizabeth II Made A Surprise Visit To London Fashion Week) Image: Filippo Monteforte / AFP Gucci caused a sensation once again with a collection channeling many diverse influences, mashing up styles and matching looks with extravagant accessories and props, such as severed heads. Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Giorgio Armani stood out with its originality and classic taste. The collection went big on feminine cuts, where elegance meets laid-back style. Advertisement Click To Skip Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Channeling travel and nature, the Etro collection mixes colors and prints to perfection with a host of folk-inspired looks with a bohemian feel. Image: Filippo Monteforte / AFP The Missoni silhouette takes a nonchalant turn for fall/winter 2018-2019, combining artistic influences with the label's signature style. (Related: Moncler's Iconic Padded Jacket, Like You've Never Seen Before) Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP In her final collection for Tommy Hilfiger, Gigi Hadid sought inspiration in the world of motor racing, borrowing codes from menswear wardrobes. Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Moschino celebrated 1960s style with silhouettes inspired by the iconic style of Jackie O, all in updated and colourful versions. Advertisement Click To Skip Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP Like many labels this season, Marni brought hot pink back to the catwalk. This vibrant shade was matched with other bright colours, livening up a usually more subdued season. (Related: 7 Of Our Favourite Shows From Paris Couture Fashion Week 2018) Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP The feminine, sensual, romantic and sophisticated collection from Alberta Ferretti channelled 1980s inspirations and played with transparency. Image: Filippo Monteforte / AFP Cute puppies stole the show at the Tod's collection preview, celebrating the Italian attitude in style. Image: Marco Bertorello / AFP Roberto Cavalli continues its transformation with silhouettes taking a more sober turn with each passing season. The brand's DNA is still in evidence, but patterns and colours are increasingly less flashy. Advertisement Click To Skip Image: Miguel Medina/ AFP The Blumarine collection stood out with softer styles and pastel shades. Silhouettes are feminine, fluid and romantic. mage: Marco Bertorello / AFP Ermanno Scervino showed an elegant, refined and laid-back collection, celebrating a powerful, confident and charismatic femininity.