Angela Missoni hit the slopes, or, more accurately, a tony, apres-ski scene for her pre-fall collection, which was an exercise in cozy, bohemian chic. The house’s signature zigzags and multi-colored waves abounded on jacquard coats and hooded wool jackets worn over wrap dresses and lightweight turtlenecks. Throughout, a distinct Sixties flavor emerged from the busy layers, whether in a micro-mini skirt paired with matching knee socks and a knit cap, or a long caftan, done in a vibrant colors and worn with piles of jewelry.

Angela Missoni hit the slopes, or, more accurately, a tony, apres-ski scene for her pre-fall collection, which was an exercise in cozy, bohemian chic. The house’s signature zigzags and multi-colored waves abounded on jacquard coats and hooded wool jackets worn over wrap dresses and lightweight turtlenecks. Throughout, a distinct Sixties flavor emerged from the busy layers, whether in a micro-mini skirt paired with matching knee socks and a knit cap, or a long caftan, done in a vibrant colors and worn with piles of jewelry.

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