Milan Fashion Week has officially kicked off, and day one was a day for books, especially Guinness World Records. Against the backdrop of the world’s largest inflatable sculpture, Diesel’s creative director Glenn Martens kicked off the season with his latest collection of genderless denim and leather. The show was open to the public for the first time, and 5,000 people (including 1,600 fashion students) no doubt loved the popular designer and his idiosyncratic vision for his Y2K streetwear brand even more. Meanwhile, at Fendi, Kim Jones, fresh off a New York show celebrating his 50th anniversary of Fendi’s Baguette, turned his attention to the ’90s and early youth, furry wedges in his mules and Cargo sent his pants down the runway. His particular Fendi logo, created by Karl Lagerfeld in 2000, served as the starting point for the collection, embroidered on the front and center of sporty dresses and more subtly on the heels of his platform boots. Check back here often as we spotlight the top looks from the season’s most exciting shows.