Men’s wear served as an inspiration for Missoni creative director Angela Missoni, who matched strong outerwear looks (a wool coat was done in a maxi houndstooth pattern) with the hyperfeminine, including a side-slit wool pencil skirt paired with a fitted turtleneck. For evening, a crisp suit featured a Twenties-inspired elongated double-breasted jacket and ankle-length pants.
^Yeah, I thought the same. It looks very dated and not like it was designed for women of all ages. Which is funny because they cite menswear as inspiration but I don't see this as looking masculine, it really just looks very granny-ish. I do think the dress in picture #5 looks interesting because of the transparent part around the thighs, but that would look unflattering on about 99.9% of all women because it creates such an unfortunate silhouette. Still, it's something different so that's nice. The rest is mostly unimpressive and ugly.