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Sporty met the sweeter side at MSGM SS17, in a collection where flounced ruffles, juicy fruit prints and fresh florals collided with varsity stripes, drawstring pulls and vented netting. Massimo Giorgetti played with layering to juxtapose the two opposing sensibilities, with black and whites spliced with prints embracing rich, bold-hued colour palette.   Sheath dresses and flounced skirts were worn over biker shorts, argyle sweaters over oversized shirting, and swishy zip-hemmed track pants given a fashion-forward upgrade in luxe neutral tones paired with crochet ruffled tanks that made us want to take to the tennis court.   With mid-parted, sleek-downed hair and a slightly dewy glow, models donned the occasional dangling gold earring; carried utility-chic handbags wrapped in primary coloured netting and neon neoprene flats ready for running. “She loves to go fast,” said Giorgetti, who with two directional and want-worthy shows under his belt this Milan Fashion Week, shows no sign of slowing.   MSGM takes up the white silk T-shirt classic with a notch by threading a black and orange floral scarf through metal eyelets on one side. If you don’t have one of these already, then your well-thought-out closet isn’t complete. There is simply no better way to complete your casual pieces with this entrance worthy style, which can be completed with dark wash jeans or MSGM’s feminine and supremely flattering – Midi skirt. It is crafted from silk, for a luxurious, event-worthy feel, and shape with high waist that’s prettily finished in a black or orange colour ways. Tuck in the scarf print blouse, and ground with nude pumps for a ladylike summer occasion look.   If you are after a look that is equal pats standout and chic, Parlour X recommends starting with MSGM’s vibrant wide leg pants. A fine example of Massimo Giorgetti’s master crafting of dramatic silhouettes – these black, orange and green trousers are cut from crepe de chine – silk that holds the wide-legged shape perfectly. Undisputedly ladylike yet unashamedly bold, this is a piece that’s both easy – throw it on, add heels, go with one of the label’s contemporary floral-print blouses.   Parlour X advocates of mixing messages, pairing your most casual with your most elevated pieces. MSGM’s black, orange and green tank top is the perfect base for everyday looks. It is cut from lightweight crepe de chine-silk with a cool micro cashmere finish, and has a deep round neckline and cut-away shoulders to define the loose silhouette. A style, which proves that you don’t just follow fashion formulas – instead, you’d pair an exquisitely printed pair of bottoms with a classic blouse, This trend has quickly become a must-have for stars such as, Beyonce, Cara Delevigne, Chloe Grace Moretz, Dakota Fanning, Dree Hemingway and Diane Kruger.   When it comes to nailing the balance between city and coastal dressing and going from office to out, the A-line skirt is your ultimate sartorial weapon. A classic example is MSGM’s A-line skirt with black, green and floral detailing, lace corseting along the front and peek-a-book slit. Keep things easy and effortless with a tailored top and chic bag for the office; then up your heel height and add wow accessories after dark, this trend, which has quickly taken to the streets, with every fashionable it girl wearing them, including; Elizabeth Olsen, Elle Fanning, Emma Roberts, Gwen Stefani and Emmy Rossum.   Is there anything more incredible than a wardrobe piece that’s endlessly versatile and uplifting to wear? MSGM’s Sleeveless racer back dress expresses the label’s minimalist sensibility: its added adornments of the side slits and floral peek-a-boo contribute to the relaxed shape. Don’t be afraid to turn up the glamour – accessorizes with tactile black accessories for a cool finish.  

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