Alessandro Michele played with the notion of super- and trans-humans in what was perhaps one of the most shockingly wonderful shows of the season (it was set in a mock-up of a hospital operating room). Some models carried life-sized versions of their own heads as accessories; others wore face cover-ups and giant glasses, or held tiny pet dragons that looked like they came straight from Game of Thrones. The theatrics extended to the clothes’ multidimensional aesthetics, a signature of the brand’s recent seasons. There were oversized sequinned blazers and velvet dresses, logoed legwear and chunky hiking boots, all layered enthusiastically together. It was a more-is-more collection to say the least, the essence of what Michele is all about.