Runway Review: MSGM Spring 2015

With a literary influence supplied by Jonathan Franzen’s novel, Freedom, Massimo Giorgetti provided youthful and whimsical designs that boasted a much more simplified MSGM collection than in seasons past. The influence was unmistakably noticeable among the fun silhouettes of party dresses and bold yet sleek separates splattered with fun prints like fluttering hummingbirds or bright and bold stripes. Black tulle overlays brought an additional dimension as they delicately floated on top of slip dresses (both short and long) as either a full coverup or in short-sleeved collared blouses. Other than the prints themselves which were as colorful as the birds themselves, the palette stayed fairly neutral on boxy jackets and Japanese inspired wrap skirts allowing for the sequined finches that perched on these styles to be the star of the ensemble.

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