Spring Ready-to-Wear 2015

Missoni

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Missoni RTW Spring 2015

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Missoni RTW Spring 2015

Breezy, bright and optimistic. For spring, Angela Missoni worked the trifecta with vibrant clothes that pulsed with positivity.

Breezy, bright and optimistic. For spring, Angela Missoni worked the trifecta with vibrant clothes that pulsed with positivity.


During a preview, the designer explained her decision to keep the collection — called “Catch the Wind!” — light. “Pre-collections are important, and so you do all the city-looks then,” she said. “I prefer to go full summer for this show.”


The clothes indeed evoked the spirit of the sunny season — languid, often exaggerated silhouettes in happy colors and some bold floral patterns — but these looks are not confined to vacation spots. Oversize shirts were tucked with deliberate carelessness into gypsy skirts that skimmed the floor. Simple dresses that mixed several prints had a playful charm, which added to the lineup’s insouciance.


Yet there was some impressive research and development behind all the airiness. Case in point: The trenchcoats. Missoni created structure without weight by bonding the house’s colorful mélange knits with tulle.
The house roots are in the Seventies, and Missoni’s shows usually have a vibe reflective of that history, a notion underscored here by the turbans that topped most exits. Yet in the midst of Milan’s current Seventies obsession, Missoni eschewed the overt and literal in favor of a more timeless take on summer pleasures.

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