Art and music references allowed Massimo Giorgetti to inject an urban spin into a Fifties surf inspiration. Neon-colored coach jackets crafted from a technical moiré fabric, embellished by striped silk cadi inserts and knitted details, embodied the collection’s eclectic spirit.
The signature MSGM elements, including floral patterns and maxi ruffles, were all present in the collection, but they were updated with an edgier appeal. This was conceived through the couturelike cut of bow tops and frocks, which were nicely juxtaposed with more casual jeans and track pants.
The feminine attitude of some of the outfits was balanced by sartorial accents introduced via tweed and Prince of Wales suits trimmed with lace.
For a playful, ironic touch, the MSGM logo appeared as an allover print on a denim field jacket infused with a cool tomboy mood.
See More From the 2018 Resort Collections:
Reem Acra Resort 2018: Reem Acra’s resort collection was all about clean evening separates and bold color blocking.
Nicole Miller Resort 2018: The classic Nicole Miller girl exudes an edgy vibe, and for this resort collection, this was no exception.
Erdem Resort 2018: The designer drew inspiration from the surrealist paintings of Sylvia Fein to the abstract collages of the German Dada artist Hannah Höch.
RtA Resort 2018: Eighties’ and Nineties’ influences were mixed and matched in this glamorous resort collection infused with a rock’n’roll appeal.
Tadashi Shoji Resort 2018: The designer channeled Jane Birkin for a collection of flirty separates and a bohemian spirit.
Erika Cavallini Resort 2018: Sartorial elements were introduced in this resort collection celebrating an effortless elegance.