Missoni

Autumn/Winter 2018

 

A series of patchwork designs and mesh fabrics inspired by multiethnic costumes, urban graffiti and the colors of Africa and Jamaica.

 

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Missoni

Logo Mania – Pre-Fall 2018

 

The monogram’s strange duality of timelessness it’s the biggest asset of style. It has urban, fresh, and sophisticated statement pieces with a bold and powerful style that is unmistakably Missoni. Missoni #Logomania is embossed onto refined leather garments or printed all-over on sweatshirts and puffer jackets.

 

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Missoni

Pre-Fall 2018

 

This free-flowing spirit was clearly expressed in the collection, which was assembled with a palpable sense of ease and creative fun. Classic Missoni staples were given an urban folk vibe, as in long knitted wool dresses with a ’70s edge or a gorgeous cape hand-crocheted granny-style in little multicolored square patterns. The energy of color is a Missoni trademark, and it was celebrated with brio here. A voluminous kidassia jacket was dyed in vibrant Technicolor shades and worn with logo jogging pants for a relaxed, sporty effect. An elongated bomber jacket was covered in multicolored curly paillettes; paired with a long plissé skirt in silk chiffon printed with micro-florals, it had a romantic, feminine look.

“I wanted to highlight the sensuality of textures and silhouettes, a touch of poetry,” said Missoni. Yet she introduced some masculine and sportswear-inspired elements to keep the mix balanced and current. Coats knitted with bright ikat jacquard patterns were cut amply, wrapping cozily around the body like luxurious bathrobes, while hooded knit capes were roomy and rectangular, with a hint of the ’90s. Palazzo pants were easy, soft, and versatile. “I’m proud of being able to dress different generations of women and proud of being inclusive,” enthused Missoni. “Style and passion, they have no age.”

 

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Missoni

Spring Summer 2018

 

The emphasis here on sheer dresses, leggy shapes, and sparkly Lurex-shot bits. The look was very bare, less suited for a party in Milan than in Ibiza, where no one would bat an eye at see-through knit bodysuits and matching capes, and going pantsless probably isn’t so rare an occurrence. As a rule today, the more substantial the knit the better it was. There was humor in a fitted cardigan and leggings combo and a black-on-white jacquard knit of smiling faces, and a full-color version of that portrait motif turned a chunkier sweater into a potential collectible. The coat dress in a multicolored repeating harlequin motif was good-looking, too.

 

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