With its Spring/Summer 2022 runway show, held outdoor at Milan’s Biblioteca degli Alberi public park in the booming Porta Nuova area, close enough to the heart of the city to feel its vibrant energy, MSGM wanted to convey a message of freshness and positivity, elements that were palpable on the catwalk.
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Massimo Giorgetti, passionate about art and music, paid tribute to Milan in the ’80s in which large geometrical patterns were gloriously showing up on his clothes. The fabrics, which included cotton, jersey and stretch, were all about lightness, while patterns were exalted by the gingham motifs in lime green and pink, as well as by the adorable, almost naif floral patterns, and by the red fruit pattern splashed on an airy plissé dress or a denim top, echoing to Elio Fiorucci’s frisky, pop style. He also worked in a series of flowery prints that ranged from 70s-style florals to patterns channeling impressionist paintings. Dresses and lacy tracksuits completed the easy-to-wear and highly desirable wardrobe.
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