Moschino headed West to Los Angeles, the adopted home of its designer Jeremy Scott, for its men’s Spring 2017 and women’s Resort 2017 collections. Held at L.A. Live, the runway show was a psychedelic dream of flared trousers, bikinis, and oversize hats—true essentials for a Hollywood girl with groovy taste. And in typical L.A. style, the event drew celebrities on the runway and off. While you wait for Alessandra Codinha’s full review, get the abridged version of events here.

1. The set consisted of giant inflatable flowers in bright colors.

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2. Would it even be a Moschino show without celebrity guests? Katy Perry, Caitlyn Jenner, Cindy Crawford, and more sat front row.

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3. Many of Scott’s favorite models walked in the show, including Miranda Kerr, Alessandra Ambrosio, Charlotte Free, Hailey Baldwin, Taylor Hill, Jasmine Tookes, Romee Strijd, and Anna Cleveland.

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4. Cindy Crawford’s son, Presley Gerber, also made his runway debut, wearing an orange suit and lei.

Photo: Courtesy of Cindy Crawford / @cindycrawford

5. As for the clothes, they were mostly neon hued and late-’60s inspired—think Jeremy Scott at Woodstock.

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6. Among the hippie offerings were more straitlaced options too—well, in relative terms—like this bejeweled suit worn by Soo Joo Park.

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7. Anna Cleveland took to the runway in an exaggerated sleeve dress with printed trompe l’oeil arms, all the better to exaggerate her performative runway walk.

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8. Scott took his bow arm-in-arm with model and friend Devon Aoki.

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9. The afterparty was held at L.A. Live, allowing guests to seamlessly transition from runway show to fete.

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