Missoni unveiled a concise collection, where the brand’s signature graphic and colourful aesthetic found modern, refreshing essentiality.
Missoni, which skipped any traditional shows or presentations during Milan Fashion Week in September, opted to reveal its spring 2021 collection via look book.
While styling usually plays a key role, this time creative Angela Missoni kept it simple and essential. Instead of the brand’s traditional layering, the images reveal a more spontaneous, realistic look — and it was refreshing.
Geometry is something close to Missoni’s heart and this season the designer offered a charming interpretation of the brand’s graphic schemes by combining slender, vertical silhouettes with a range of horizontal patterns, necklines and cuts.
Knit dresses, sometimes off-the-shoulder, were cut close to the body — their femininity heightened by high slits — while cropped tops and cardigans in horizontal stripes were paired with minis or pencil skirts.
Next to the unmissable geometric patterns, Missoni introduced a range of pieces in solids in intriguing textures, complementing this concise and focused lineup.