For his debut at Milan Fashion Week, Malaysian designer Moto Guo played with surreal. He sent out on the models with nerdy grooming and dressed in almost ridiculous and childlike outfits. Feminine details abounded. Bows decorated shirts worn with flared trousers, while short pants were paired with bibs. Blouses had lace big, round collars and sweaters featured floral embroideries. Everything was worked in a color palette of sweet sorbet tones, from baby pink and blue to pale yellow. In a fashion capital known for its strong focus on business — even with whimsy attached to it — this collection actually felt out of place.