You can see why Miuccia Prada is a key influence for Gucci’s Alessandro Michele. But where he is all giddy maximalism, she is all about restrained excess. For fall, she plumbs the late ’60s and early ’70s, a favourite era, with crochet scarves and Baker Boy hats, cosy knit turtlenecks and coats—lots of big coats, in fact, in patchwork leather and snakeskin, and often in contrasting textures like tweed and fur. Then there was a detour through the ’50s in the tight red cocktail dress Lindsey Wixson wore and the ’20s in the feathers and crystal fringing on hemlines. Schizophrenic? No. Just classic Miuccia Prada.