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Be honest: are you guilty of social media hashtag abuse? Do you think no tweet or Instagram post is complete without the inclusion of a hashtag parade? Has the # key on your laptop worn off? Then consider yourself a member of the fashion elite, because Donatella Versace‘s latest collection was made with you in mind.

The woman behind the Italian powerhouse label Versace unveiled her Fall/Winter 2015 collection last night at Milan Fashion Week, and girls who love Twitter will be thrilled to see that the designs were inspired by the Internet and the many ways the millennial generation interacts with one another online.

Check out Karlie Kloss in one of Versace’s bold, glittery designs:


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This dress is for the fashion-forward, risk-taking figure skater who spends her spare time instructing at a Girls Who Code club… And I love it. There’s a hashtag on Karlie’s leg, and an @ symbol on her chest, which you can see more clearly in this photo:

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Drag your eyes away from that @ symbol for just a moment to gaze upon the beauty of Karlie Kloss’s hair and makeup. It’s an easily attainable, relatively conventional look–a heavy-handed smokey eye; sexy, messy bedhead hair–which is a refreshing change from some of the over-the-top makeup trends we’ve seen at fashion weeks past.

While all of the models rocked similar hair and makeup, not all were decked out in @ signs and hashtags. The collection also featured dresses and pantsuits covered in the Greek key, an iconic Versace design element. The show was called #Greek, and platform shoes, handbags, and the stage itself were designed to be an homage to the key, which Donatella dubbed the “emoji of the future.”

“We are finding a new language, particularly online,” the designer told the Guardian of what inspired her. “It has to be simple and powerful.”

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(Photo: Jacopo Raule/Getty Images)

So, what do you think of Versace’s latest collection? Do you love hashtags enough to decorate your body with them, or is this just another #FashionFail? Let’s talk it out in the comments, shall we?