Crisp, yet homespun; nostalgic, yet modernist. Consuelo Castiglioni has a knack for hitting that sweet spot in men’s wear. Her spring collection elaborated on the color-blocking and naïve shapes that have become Marni signatures. For example, she mounted the sleeves on tailored jackets inside out, exposing their striped linings; or layered boxy two-tone tunics over crisp white shirts.

Oversized duster coats, clam diggers in bold stripes, and shirts in scribbled or blurred florals all had that inimitable Marni touch.

Castiglioni also introduced a complete range of sneakers, headline by high tops mixing panels of leather, suede and canvas, each with a distinctive rubber toe cap.

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