For his Milan runway debut at Giorgio Armani’s theater after four seasons in Berlin, Swiss designer Julian Zigerli worked a palette of shocking brights and an abstract honeycomb pattern for a sporty collection with a pajama feel.


Cue baggy, textured cardigans with shawl collars; tracksuit-inspired knitted trousers and hoodies, often styled with bedroom slippers, and corn-colored lightweight duffel coats. The result was repetitive and rarely flattering.

For his Milan runwaydebut at Giorgio Armani’s theater after four seasons in Berlin, Swissdesigner Julian Zigerli worked a palette of shocking brights andan abstract honeycomb pattern for a sporty collection with a pajamafeel.


Cue baggy, textured cardigans with shawl collars; tracksuit-inspiredknitted trousers and hoodies, often styled with bedroom slippers, andcorn-colored lightweight duffel coats. The result was repetitive andrarely flattering.

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