Missoni Takes a Break from the Eccentric and Revisits Its Uncomplicated Roots for S/S 16

Missoni has long been known for its eccentric colorways and on-trend silhouettes, but this season Angela Missoni opted for something a bit more simplistic. At the brand’s Spring/Summer 2016 presentation during Milan Fashion Week, basics came down the runway—polo shirts, maxi skirts, and palazzo pants—in a series of uncomplicated stripes with a focus on neutral and primary colors. It was by no means a minimalist collection, but for Missoni it was clearly a step back and felt like a revisit to the brand’s roots.

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