“We are the Dr Frankenstein of our lives,” creative director Alessandro Michele said at the time of Gucci’s autumn/ winter 2018 show, which saw a model sensationally carry a replica of her own disembodied head through a suite of creepy operating theatres, a sci-fi figure cradling a baby dragon and a model sporting a third eye. “There’s a clinical clarity about what I am doing. It’s physical work, like a surgeon’s.” But what of the good doctor’s clothes? Eyecatching looks included kabuki-inspired knitwear, babushka headscarves, medieval chain-mail body jewellery and ’80s ruffled lamé dresses. Our favourite look: a sweatshirt emblazoned with ‘Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!’ from the 1965 Russ Meyer exploitation film, worn over an oversized striped shirt paired with chequered wool trousers in an early 19th-century style. The look was accessorised with a red and green laminated leather mini bag and topped with a mirrored GG jacquard wool balaclava. Now that’s a stunning Frankensemble.