For the F/W20, Missoni plays with graphics, geometries and multicolor dimensions that define new standards of comfort; the collection is dedicated to urban women and men, who look trustfully and confident to the future without forgetting their past, or rather, that of an Italian brand that has written the history of fashion.
The collection can be described as a pattern of colors, shapes and details that fill the looks with vivacity. It’s all about the game between horizontal, diagonal and vertical lines (both dense and wide), which intertwine in unpredictable and always creative ways. Touches of light given by the lurex, oversize and soft suits, both for men and women, and almost ethnic motifs complete the dresses that, while being in pure Missoni style, are characterized by a renewed freedom and contemporaneity.
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The palette is composed of winter tones, from earthy and burnt tones to vibrant colors such as yellow and blue. Comfortable and casual coats and sweaters are the protagonists, and they are among our must-haves for the upcoming autumn/winter, and they emphasize the excellence in knitwear that has always identified the brand. Accessories include printed scarves, lurex gloves up to the elbow, voluminous hats, embroidered handbags, big earrings and necklaces, leather boots and open and elaborate shoes.
The makeup for the show, created by Lynsey Alexander for MAC Cosmetics, reinvent the ‘90s in a minimal, monochromatic and sexy key: for a natural and perfect base, they used the Waterweight Foundation and the Studio Fix 24h Concealer; after that, they slightly sculpted the face with the Contour Pro Face Palette. On the eyes instead, the Powederliss Soft Matte Eyeshadow in Red Rust was blended on the entire eyelid, topped by a veil of Mixing Medium Shine. The eyebrows were combed naturally while on a few models, they created a graphic game under the lower rhyme with a black eyeliner. The liquid lipsticks used on the lips were “Sorry not Sorry,” “Devoted to Chili,” which have a satin effect, and they were then defined with the lip pencils in “Spice,” “Mahogany,” “Stripdown” or “Chicory”. Last, the hair was combed and straightened for a perfect result.