The Milan shows may typically be thought of as a bit sleepier than the rest of the fashion weeks, but Donatella Versace sent a jolt through the city that reverberated to the rest of the world earlier today when she sent out all your favorite '90s supermodels at once at Versace's spring 2018 show. Of course, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer, and Carla Bruni-Sarkozy draw eyes wherever they go—and especially so when they're together—but the reunion was especially can't-miss because of the group's ensembles: Each was decked out in head-to-toe shimmery gold that resembled silky chainmail, proving that the supers of yore are just as in touch today as they were in the '90s, since glitter seems to have been popping up everywhere since New York Fashion Week started.
Guests at Coach's spring 2018 show earlier this month, for example, were welcomed onto a glittery runway, which was soon filled with rhinestones that formed whole collars and covered glittery pairs of boots. They came a few days after Tom Ford made his return to New York, starting things off with a shimmery shirt and continuing them with a sequin shirt dress and a two-piece ensemble that looked like it was made out a mylar blanket. (Sitting in the front row, by the way, was none other than Crawford, who also happened to be wearing yet another silvery, floor-length dress.)
Just after New York Fashion Week wrapped, Tracee Ellis Ross and Sarah Paulson shone as some of the the best dressed on the red carpet of this year's Emmy Awards, thanks to their own glittery ensembles by Chanel couture and Carolina Herrera respectively. The very next day in London, their glare reached international levels: Disco balls took over the runway at Ashish, which also played host to a jacket and pants covered in sequins, some of which spelled out "R.I.P.," as well as a shimmery floor-length skirt paired with a hoodie that read "Good Mourning."
All that glitter happened in just over two weeks, and all that seemed to be leading right up the supermodel reunion at Versace. After all, it's a trend that both supers of past and present can get behind, seeing as Bella Hadid stepped out in her own head-to-toe gold ensemble during New York Fashion Week.
Kendall Jenner, on the hand, isn't even attempting to try to live up to her forebears: "SO F---ING MAJOR," she captioned a photo of Campbell, Crawford, Christensen, Schiffer, and Bruni-Sarkozy—all of whom still managed to shine through the darkened filter of her Instagram.
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