For Fall/Winter 2014, Missoni put their signature spin on the idea of a “free-spirited woman.” Soft knits, lambswool outerwear, and geometric patterns distinguished Missoni’s languid silhouette and relaxed fit, adding attitude and warmth to their sporty selection of separates.
Working in one of the best fall palettes we’ve seen at Fashion Week so far, designer Angela Missoni launched a desirable presentation that worked with colorful patchworking and sumptuous textures in tandem. Standout looks include loose track pants done in a sophisticated wool, a fur vest amplified by embroidered gold stripes, stretchy knit slip dresses, a plush mustard yellow hoodie and a stunning teal lambswool coat. Missoni even managed to put a hip spin on fanny packs and cargo pants, which were paired with mustard yellow and bright orange gloves and ankle boots. The mood was youthful, but the outerwear portion worked well for every age bracket. Missoni’s collage of colors mimicked the distinctive coat patterns of a giraffe, which was a great way to sell a trend that’s already saturating the market. Cozy warmth and intelligent style are exactly the type of daywear staples we need for the upcoming season, and Missoni worked magic in those arenas.
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