For his first Milan runway show, Christian Pellizzari sent barefoot models down a faux grass catwalk in cropped jacquard trousers, faded denim and fringed anklets.

The feel was Seventies-era George Harrison on an Ibiza sojourn: Suits came in jacquard patterns of ikat or magnified peonies, while white shirts flapped languidly from under jackets. Loose, ankle-skimming jeans were often worn with blouselike unstructured jackets, while laces, loosely crisscrossed down the arm of a jacket or a trouser leg, increased the laid-back allure of Pellizzari’s bohemian lover boy.

For his first Milan runway show, Christian Pellizzari sent barefoot models down a faux grass catwalk in cropped jacquard trousers, faded denim and fringed anklets.

The feel was Seventies-era George Harrison on an Ibiza sojourn: Suits came in jacquard patterns of ikat or magnified peonies, while white shirts flapped languidly from under jackets. Loose, ankle-skimming jeans were often worn with blouselike unstructured jackets, while laces, loosely crisscrossed down the arm of a jacket or a trouser leg, increased the laid-back allure of Pellizzari’s bohemian lover boy.

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