Calling time-out on fashion deep-think and social media at his fall show, Massimo Girogetti shunned a theme or primary inspiration for his show. Making their way down the runway, models dressed in big and bouncy polka-dot puffer and slouchy, rose-printed sweaters.  Additionally, Giorgetti had returned to some of the original print motifs – and freewheeling spirit- is propelled MSGM as part of the new guard of advanced contemporary brands in Europe.   A collection of fun, perky and quirky spirit, Giorgetti fused a logo sweatshirt with a dotted slipdress, and plopped Pierrot collars on lacquered lace.   Commencing the riot runway collection of bright colours, clashing textures and vibrant patterns, the short-sleeved shell top, a crew style neckline with long ruffles from the right shoulder, this statement wardrobe standout can be perfectly paired with the A-line skirt. With placement above the knee, this skirt also featured the same long ruffle detailing from the right side of the waist carrying down. This alluring skirt is bound to be a staple in the closest of Fashion Editors, including Emmanuelle Alt and Anna Wintour.   Following, the MSGM long-sleeved dress, featuring a vertical striped top and floral bottom in the must-have colours of the season, white, red and blue. Alternatively, there is the long-sleeved shirt, featured with the same collared shirt wand vertical striped top with floral bottom. These styles lend architectural dimension and amplified volume to classically girlish dresses and shirts.   Moving on to the statement piece of the collection is the long-sleeved crew neck top with faces printed on the white fabric. With a wow factor like no other, this top add the details of the faces and well and truly pops with the colour ways, black outline and red lip detailing, an endearingly undermined by contrasting navy and pink.   Be it vibrant, this statement Colour popping style with a cacophony of mixed face prints, this long-sleeved top also featured in a short-sleeve. Consistent in its ability to surprise and delight, this top takes the edge off minimalist concept pieces. These style of blouses have been a favourite of the A-list crowd spotted on the arms of Mary-Kate Olsen, Kate Moss, Nicole Richie, Salma Hayek, Sienna Miller, Alessandra Ambrosio, Diane Kruger, Kristin Stewart, Eva Longoria, to name a few.

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