In keeping with MSGM’s joyful look, creative director Massimo Giorgetti imbued his pre-fall collection with multicolor geometric patterns mix-and-matched with floral motifs and camouflage prints. “I focused on a less girly and more mature, very urban look based on slightly oversize silhouettes,” Giorgetti said.

A mohair jacquard sweater in a maxi diamond pattern was paired with fluid crepe de chine pants, while a lightweight Neoprene drop-shoulder top was worn with a matching circle miniskirt for a fresh, playful effect. There was also a strong focus on outerwear: a graphic kimono-inspired coat was done in wool jacquard, another style was worked in a floral-patterned scuba fabric with a rounded collar, and an ample cape came in checkered boiled wool.

In keeping with MSGM’s joyful look, creative director Massimo Giorgetti imbued his pre-fall collection with multicolor geometric patterns mix-and-matched with floral motifs and camouflage prints. “I focused on a less girly and more mature, very urban look based on slightly oversize silhouettes,” Giorgetti said.

A mohair jacquard sweater in a maxi diamond pattern was paired with fluid crepe de chine pants, while a lightweight Neoprene drop-shoulder top was worn with a matching circle miniskirt for a fresh, playful effect. There was also a strong focus on outerwear: a graphic kimono-inspired coat was done in wool jacquard, another style was worked in a floral-patterned scuba fabric with a rounded collar, and an ample cape came in checkered boiled wool.

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