Massimo Giorgetti showed a pretty, playful MSGM collection rooted in the brand’s signature contemporary aesthetic. He mixed and matched fabrics and prints throughout. A Fifties floral pattern, for instance, was combined with a graphic motif inspired by Giò Ponti’s ceramic floor designs and shown on a fluid crepe de chine shirt and languid pants, as well as a short bustier dress. Macro gingham patterns, meanwhile, were worked on a polo shirt over an A-line skirt, while cactus patterns came on canvas bombers, summer coats, dresses and separates.

Massimo Giorgetti showed a pretty, playful MSGM collection rooted in the brand’s signature contemporary aesthetic. He mixed and matched fabrics and prints throughout. A Fifties floral pattern, for instance, was combined with a graphic motif inspired by Giò Ponti’s ceramic floor designs and shown on a fluid crepe de chine shirt and languid pants, as well as a short bustier dress. Macro gingham patterns, meanwhile, were worked on a polo shirt over an A-line skirt, while cactus patterns came on canvas bombers, summer coats, dresses and separates.

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