It’s Prince, it’s Lacroix, it’s Elton John, it’s Dolce; there’s so much going on here,” says Christy Turlington Burns, gesturing at the over-the-top, ’80s-inspired Dolce & Gabbana coat adorned with bejeweled crosses she is wearing on set in New York City. Upon surveying the racks of clothes earlier, she made an educated guess that a puff-sleeved polka-dot number was by the design house of Emanuel Ungaro. She was correct, of course, not only because she understands fashion but because she’s also worn these styles before, at the time of their original incarnation. “These pieces are maybe a little shorter than the ones in my heyday and have even bigger shoulder pads, but it’s definitely an homage,” Turlington Burns says with a laugh. “A lot of it reminded me of ’80s designers who were even before my time, like Giorgio Sant’Angelo, Antony Price, and Arnold Scaasi.