Creative Director Filippo Grazioli brings the brand’s iconic chevron pattern to life in a vibrant color palette and lightweight fabrics.
The collection features eye-catching prints in bold silhouettes and an explosion of rainbow colors, creating a light mood on the runway. The runway show at La Pelota in Milan, surrounded by silver spheres, offers a distorted and fun vision that accompanies the collection.
Missoni captivates lovers of maximalism with transparent multicolored dresses, ruffles, crochet and sequins, and white monochromatic ensembles and oversized tinted glasses are also included for a fresh and casual aesthetic. Tank tops are embellished with sequins and white-trimmed skirts over sleek evening gowns perfect for a night out on the town. Fringed woven bottom pieces swayed back and forth, morphing into two-tone dresses with touches of mesh.
You can now take a look at the collection’s standout looks in the image gallery above, and, speaking of Milan Fashion Week, here’s what Peter Hawkings’ debut at Tom Ford looked like.
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