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Missoni presented a whirlwind of Maghrebian ensembles, focusing on natural yet vivid colors and textural linens. Meant for the Bohemian adventurer, the collection featured loose garments and soft tailoring. Reworking Missoni’s signature geometric patterns, the collection also reinterprets artisanal North African leather goods and traditional Berber garments.
At Moncler, the concentration was on sport, specifically boxing. Classic pieces, materials, and palette met nontraditional detailing and accessories as coats, cardigans, and tailored shirts were paired with lace-up, high-top shoes, and gym bags. Women, too, were dressed in this new, soft silhouette, also mixing tailored pieces with active wear.
Tod’s diverged from this softness, as well as the traditional runway, instead inviting viewers to interact with the collection within the comfort of a private club. In this unconventional display, Tod’s revealed its focus on luxury in union with practicality and ease. In neutral colors, silk cashmere, and sumptuous leathers, the collection can effortlessly take the Tod’s man anywhere he needs to go.
Ermenegildo Zegna also focused on a neutral palette and expert tailoring, but while exploring volume and line. Vertical, horizontal, pinstripe, and curved lines adorned black, navy, and beige ensembles that simultaneously seemed relaxed and polished.