It's our second day at Milan Fashion Week and as well as more killer outfits courtesy of Anna Dello Russo, we've seen Cara Delevingne hit the catwalk with a Karl mini-me while Jeremy Scott treated us to a Macdonalds-tastic debut for Moschino. Grazia's Executive Fashion and Beauty Director, Charlie Miller, has brought you every morsel of her day in the gallery above and read on for our highlights from MFW, Day 2...
1. Cara and her Karl doll
We were impressed to see Cara Delevingne filming from the catwalk at the Giles show during London Fashion Week but little did we know that just a few days later, she'd be doing the same for Fendi. Yes, the model walked exclusively for her pal Karl Lagerfeld, who is the man behind the brand, whilst holding a camera disguised as a fluffy doll of the designer himself. Genius!
*UPDATE: Turns out there wasn't a camera in that little Karl. Dammit!
2. Alexa Chung has landed
Alexa might've skipped London Fashion Week but fret not: today she popped up at the Prada show looking as stylish as ever in a printed monochrome frock with a grey cardie, black booties and statement bag. Welcome missy! She's certainly got her Milano style nailed.
3. Up-close and personal with Gucci
Gucci's catwalk show was our first fashion installment of MFW yesterday and today, we were lucky enough to take a closer look at Frida's creations for Autumn Winter 2014. From 1960s-style frocks covered in glistening embellishments to animal print boots and the fabulous fraggle coats in sorbet shades, we want them all. And those bags are almost edible! Read Susannah Frankel's full show report here.
4. Ankle socks hit the streets
As well as the beauties on the catwalks, the Style Hunter within us is always keeping an eye on the street style too. And the Milan ladies are not letting us down! As well as distinctive hats and oversized coats, there's been many a cute sock-and-shoe appearance. We'll be getting involved tomorrow...
5. Fun and games at Moschino
The last show on our agenda was Moschino and we were already excited after being given a BAR OF CHOCOLATE with the invite. Yum. What's more, this is Jeremy Scott's first outing for the Italian brand so anticipation was building. Just as expected, the collection was as brilliantly bonkers as ever with Macdonalds Moschino Happy Meal handbags, logo emblazoned belts, baseball caps and rucksacks that will doubtless sell out the moment they hit stores - if not before. Oh, and we all got Macdonalds-inspired phone cases. Hurrah! Read Susannah Frankel's full show report here.