At the end of the show, the models and entire Missoni family marched down the runway wearing knitted pussyhats. That was a clear nod to the protests that took place across United States in the last months and it proved once again that fashion reflects on global events and situations. There was a beautiful sense of unity felt in the collection, as Angela Missoni, the brand’s creative director, concluded the show with a powerful speech. But that’s not the end of Missoni’s humanitarian aims – some proceeds from the collection are going to the American Civil Liberties Union and the UN Refugee Agency. Respect. Other brands, take notes. If speaking of the collection, it was a celebration of the brand’s knitwear heritage. But also, it was filled with vibrant colours and arty patterns – something we all need in troubled times.