Having trouble staying up to date on all the shows? "Cavalli’s show owed a debt to Marc Jacobs’s notorious Grunge collection for Perry Ellis. But what a difference fifteen years makes in fashion! What was shockingly anarchic in 1993 now looks effortlessly chic. Here the spring Dust Bowl thirties chiffon dress and Liberty-print shirt are given a Cavalli rock-and-roll twist with the suede pants with cowboy cross-lacing." That's Hamish Bowles' quick summation of Roberto Cavalli's SS10 collection shown in Milan last week. He's done "Definitive Looks" for all the Milan shows over on Vogue.com which might be the best way to catch up on Italy before Paris starts. But if you're even further behind, or still looking for the few collections Style.com doesn't cover, you can find Rad Hourani on New York Magazine and Jeremy Scott over on The Telegraph or a handful of Brits on Elle. Because we know our runway pictures aren't always as fun as our words.