For her pre-fall collection, Angela Missoni focused on outerwear, showing wool tweed coats and cabans trimmed with knitted raschel in the house’s iconic patterns. Extra-cozy looks included a vest in intarsia beaver and fox fur with a maxi collar that can double as a hood, as well as an oversize cashmere poncho in lavender blanket stripes. Slim pants and miniskirts were paired with fitted wool turtlenecks and V-neck sweaters, all of which were also done in geometric motifs. And for long cold nights, there’s a floor-length evening gown in wool and Lurex patchwork, interwoven with metallic threads.

For her pre-fall collection, Angela Missoni focused on outerwear, showing wool tweed coats and cabans trimmed with knitted raschel in the house’s iconic patterns. Extra-cozy looks included a vest in intarsia beaver and fox fur with a maxi collar that can double as a hood, as well as an oversize cashmere poncho in lavender blanket stripes. Slim pants and miniskirts were paired with fitted wool turtlenecks and V-neck sweaters, all of which were also done in geometric motifs. And for long cold nights, there’s a floor-length evening gown in wool and Lurex patchwork, interwoven with metallic threads.

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