Gucci FW18 was the most-talked about runway show at Milan Fashion Week this week, and for good reason. The show featured severed heads and baby dragons and took place in an operating room-themed space.

Twitter didn’t quite know what to make of the show — much like the rest of the world, who were either watching in attendance or on the brand’s official live stream.

One thing is for certain though, Gucci’s show struck a nerve and worked perfectly by keeping the brand in the limelight and, if anything, further highlighting its current relevancy in the fashion world.

So, without further ado, we’ve selected some of the best reactions from around the web for your scrolling enjoyment. Peep them below.

This pun is head and shoulders above anything we’ve seen today

More than a few were reminded of a certain magical twin duo

And even more people had jokes

I got two heads, one for the plug and one for the load

Honestly, we’d rather have a dragon

I actually walked Gucci. Haters will say I’m lying

There were some that absolutely loved the show

While others just didn’t get it at all

Which side did you fall on? Let us know in the comments.

In other news, we’ve tried to figure out why some models were holding severed heads and we think we found an answer. Read more here.

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