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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Flashbang, Jun 1, 2010.
the colors are amazing
I can always rely on Missoni to make amazing things
Love the color. the third look is really nice.
i like the first two
this is original, and fabric looks great !!!
Third look is my favourite
I feel like this is Missoni going on Givenchy
for some odd reason, this palette gives nod to that sixties' feeling the dior resort show tried to conjure. the colors and proportions look fresh here with this african spin but i enjoy this collection more because these pieces are the fabulous basics for the very fashionable girl. these will blend seamlessly with celine runway must-haves and funky proenza accessories.
I like the 3rd, 4th and (to a lesser extent) the 5th looks. The collection seems cacophonous, I like the ideas better than the actual looks, I wish Angela Missoni would have gone through another round of edits / refinement for many of these.
Oh wow i'm very impressed so far, after what I thought had been a dissapointing F/W collection!
I think what really brings out these clothes so well are those colors, and something about some of these pieces so far seems really new and fresh coming from the Missoni label, I can't wait to see the rest of the images.
i like this so far...but i need more pics
So graphic and dynamic!
i love it
the colors are vibrant
beatiful and fresh outfits for missoni
It kinda hurts your eyes....too much going on!
LOVE the second and third looks.
I like it. It's not groundbreaking, but it feels more like Missoni than most of the other recent collections. I like the simple cuts, the strong colors and the patterns.
I just love how it has this sixties appeal yet its easy to identify that there's a mix of african motifs and colors in as well and mixed together it came out and produced something very chic. It's not my favorite Missoni resort collection but it's wearable and cute.
Nice. I really want the dress in pic 3. Both African sensibilities and the 60s are familiar themes for Missoni, but this looks fresh enough and is not too literal.