The Fashion Month has finally come to an end. To help absorb everything that happened, I have made a list of the top 5 shows:

1. Opening Ceremony: It would impossible not to mention the presentation that innovated the concept of the runway show. Instead of a catwalk, we saw a stage on which a play - written by Spike Jonze and Jonah Hill and performed by actors and models such as Karlie Kloss and Dree Hemingway - took place. The costumes? By Opening Ceremony, of course. For years we have heard that runway shows are outdated, but this is the first time that we have actually seen what may be the future of the runways. 

2. Tommy Hilfiger: The American designer was inspired by the muses of music festivals today. The runway was filled with furs, floral and psychedelic prints, 70s cuts and Rock, of course! The end result was a fun show, which invoked a sense of nostalgia in two generations: Woodstock lovers and Coachella goers! 

3. Marchesa: To celebrate 10 years of the brand, the designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig returned home to London to show their collection. After a decade in NYC, the city change brought a freshness to their work. The Marchesa Spring collection was more fluid and versatile, with a touch of the bohemian. Yet the brand's fairytale-like quality remained intact, charming women in London, NYC and other corners of the world. 

4. If in past seasons the duo Domenico and Stefano have paid homage to Sicilian woman, this spring their runways were dominated by Spanish woman. Flowers in their hair, lots of detailing and an abundance of red: that was the show's feel. And ultimately, the presentation remained faithful to the past: all the models walked down together, dressed in red hot pants and white dress shirts, marking the territory of tradition behind Dolce and Gabbana. 

5.  Issey Miyake: The japonese designer brought his vision of oriental fashion to the runways with textured fabrics and lots of volume. Even so, the clothes were classic and versatile. At the end of the show, there was some color-blocking, which mixed beautiful colors and prints.