pretty cool, I really have issues figuring out how do more than t-shirts, polos, and untucked button ups with shorts in the summer. Though not sure I’d be comfortable doing anything similar to these looks.
Great sweaters — nice patterns, effortless looking.
Not convinced by the silhouette of the styling, which is heavy and blocky on top and light below the waist. I’m too realistic: would one really wear three sweaters for warmth and then a pair of shorts?
I think the D&G show set the bar. It had interesting shapes and signature pieces that I want and all on great looking guys. This feels too casual, flat and replicable. Love that one jacket and I love you Scott but…..Missoni for H&M maybe…….
I love , love, love Missoni. It is so fresh and so incredible. Men’s fashion can always do with an injection of fun, and Missoni does it so well. The sweaters here, especially the green one in the second photo, are masculine, but at the same time very stylish. I don’t think any man would be opposed to wearing this.
Beautiful, fresh colors and patterns–and not immediately recognizable as Missoni. What a welcome surprise! The garments on display in the Missoni store windows in Beverly Hills (recently closed) were dowdy and dreary and musty-looking. I couldn’t imagine who would want to wear these clothes–least of all the Russians, Chinese and Persian Americans who congregate on Rodeo Drive.
Now that third image (beige outfit underneath purple toned jacket)shows a fantastic representation of how a utilitarian style jacket has been completely reinterpreted with texture, colour and print/weave (I can’t work out if it’s a knit, woven or printed). A fantastic example of classic menswear with the Missoni signature style. Bravo.