The deluxe Italian Missoni house of fashion presents Caribbean colours and references to well-know icons who love reggae, such as Lenny Kravitz, in its FW 2018 collections. The collection is therefore full of loose clothing, which brings a specific peace and freedom into the perfect and luxurious world of fashion.
The Missoni fashion brand presented itself wonderfully at Milan Fashion Week. Multi-cultural and transgender elegance are words that describe the entire collection. The clothing is often unstructured, but boasts spontaneity and Jamaican colours, such as green, yellow, red, white and blue, paintings and graffiti. Everyone who wears the FW 18 collection will certainly stand out in the crowd and will demonstrate his/her inner peace.
The fashion house focuses on the careful selection of materials, which must be high-quality and pleasant. Deluxe silk, cotton, various knitted fabrics, wool, lurex and sequins are used in the collection and give the simple clothes an extravagant flair. The selection of first-class materials is clearly visible on the models and it is also clear that the clothing will be very comfortable to wear.
Long loose dresses, unique coats and sweaters, loose trousers inspired by the seventies, super-colourful ponchos and distinctive, striking accessories, such as hats, glasses, scarves, bags and earrings.
Expect the items to be comfortable, but forget about deluxe fashion. This collection will captivate you if you love the hippy era. The clothing is pleasantly looses and fun, but not everyone likes this style.
The new collection by Missoni a lá “hippies on the march” did not capture my interest at all. I’m sorry, but think it looks like fashion for “ugly” people, who want to be wrapped in inconspicuousness and folksiness at the same time.
Baggy sweaters in bleached out colours, enormous knitted rainbows on the heads of the models – the items we saw on the runway don’t even suit today’s top models! I practically didn’t recognize Bella Hadid in that greyish-black plague and awful beads around her neck!
The only positive thing I can see in the collection is that a minimum of makeup was used during the show, which created a lovely phony natural, powder look. My sister Charlotte, who thinks the more mascara and lip contour the better, could use the example. No, no, anyone who has a lovely face should not hide it under a ton of makeup, or under a ton of WOOL!