The ease of vestire in maglia, which is the essence of the Missoni mindset, pervades everything, either knit or fabric, turning into a way of approaching the daily act of getting dressed: spontaneous, and uncontrived. The spirit is informal: silhouettes are loose, designed to free the body and follow movements.
The Missoni man layers and mixes soft volumes, playing with patterns that create movement over the surfaces: zigzags, broken stripes, zigzag checks. The wardrobe he dons features wide collared cardigans that end either on top of outfits, or among the layers; long double faced coats and double faced cardigan jackets; shirt jackets, suits, soft trousers; polo shirts, shirts and crewneck jumpers. After dark, the man discovers a sense of daring in the tufty faux fur coats, in the crystal encrusted cardigans, in the glittery bombers worn with matching shirts and trousers. Always, with Chelsea boots at the feet. A malleable palette of night owl grey, lamb’s wool beige, chocolat fondant brown, dress blue and caviar black defines items meant for every moment of life, and every age.