This week in the world of fashion, Bottega Veneta showcased its crazy new footwear and accessories at a coronavirus-disrupted Milan Fashion Week, Virgil Abloh put Hadid matriarch Yolanda back on the runway with daughters Bella and Gigi at the Off-White™ Fall/Winter 2020 show, and columnist Eugene Rabin asked whether luxury brands need fashion designers.

Also, people wore things. Here's our round-up of the best, worst, and most WTF fits of the week.

Best

Marc Forne

Paco Rabanne? It's not just the scent of an insolent fuccboi. Model Marc Forne's top is pulled from the label's SS20 collection, which is a throwback to the brand's "unwearable" chainmail dresses that debuted in the ’60s.

Aleali May

Aleali May looked appropriately Rick Owens for the Rick Owens womenswear FW20 show yesterday. There's something low key emo about this outfit, with the chain-link belt and the low-rise drainpipe pants. Alexa, play "Misery Business" by Paramore.

A$AP Rocky

A$AP Rocky was spotted at Paris Fashion Week in a new Marine Serre drip co-designed by his AWGE collective. It's been a while since the rapper rocked the all-black look, instead gravitating towards flamboyant Loewe tuxedos and Gucci headscarves. Is street goth back?

Harry Styles

Habitual fashion rule-breaker Harry Styles performed at the Rockerfeller Plaza in another decidedly anti-boyband outfit. The young heartbreaker wore a colorful Gucci suit with a kitschy, oversized polka dot tie (also Gucci) that could have been pulled from a clown's wardrobe. It shouldn't really work, but on him it... kinda does?

Ashton Sanders

The military boots, the tonal green layering, the rings... the pose! Ashton Sanders pulled up to the KENZO show in Paris looking like he just walked off the runway.

Worst

Kanye West

Kanye is a Detroit Red Wings fan? Since when?!

WTF

Michèle Lamy

Michèle Lamy has a beautiful, creative relationship with husband Rick Owens, but this overly-realistic decapitated head is disconcerting, to say the least. The rest of the fit is fire as per.

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