Despite his affinity for all things ’60s and ’70s, the Italian designer proves he’s firmly rooted in the now with a spring runway show that could be described as old school gone new. Trademark babydoll dresses and flirty mini skirts (worn with mismatched frilly blouses) felt entirely fresh paired with leggy gladiator sandals. Elsewhere, modern takes on the era came through mod shifts springing with 3D florals and sparkly tweed trouser suits. As the show neared to an end, sweeping floral gowns (worn with glittery platforms) brought a breath of fresh air to black-tie. With model-of-the-moment Gigi Hadid closing the runway, the retro vibe couldn’t feel anymore in the now.