This week in fashion, Moncler showed its latest Genius collaborations in Milan, Balenciaga got extremely weird in its new campaign, and Supreme announced a collaborative Oreo which is now reselling online for thousands of dollars.

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

Best

Michael Ward

This London Fashion Week saw Michael Ward, rather aptly, dripping in J.W. Anderson at the J.W. Anderson womenswear show. The Top Boy actor paired casual cargo pants with the label's collaborative Chuck Taylor sneaker, but it's the optical illusion-inducing houndstooth print coat that makes this fit so arresting. - MG

Zoe Kravitz

This outfit is triggering my non-existent synesthesia in that I can taste mango and lime sorbet just by looking at it. - MG

Burna Boy

This is the first time I've seen Bottega Veneta's pre-fall 2020 collection in the wild and it looks ridiculously good. Burna Boy was snubbed for his BRIT Award nominations, but the intrecciato weave coat in minty aquamarine is a certified win for the fashion crowd  - MG

Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid really does have a monochromatic fit for every occasion – and a different set of headphones for every fit. The preppy argyle sweater with the chunky boots wrapped up in chestnut leather is one of her best looks this year. - MG

David Beckham

Has David Beckham been taking sock tips from Shia LaBeouf? When you complete the last level of #menswear, this guy is the secret boss. - GC

Chloe Sevigny

Huge kepenek energy! - GC

Worst

Nial Horan

People who breach the rules to have their photos taken at the bar in Soho House run the risk of looking like a bartender who refers to themselves as a "mixologist." This navy velvet suit should work, in theory, but it just looks kind of flammable here. - MG

James Harden

Fair fucks for the ambition, but this just reminds me of that photo where it's impossible to identify any of the items. - GC

Taylor Swift

The open white shirt reads kind of like Mia Wallace, but the two-tone stripy effect and pseudo-deconstruction instead gives the impression of an unfortunate sewing machine accident. - MG

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