2009 June 23
(NEW YORK) Missoni’s layered-to-the-max fall story carried over in a big--albeit lighter--way for resort. Scarves topped vests (which, often, topped other vests) and were layered over tunics and straight, loose pants. There was a pajama-esque ease to the casual collection (not a body-con piece in sight!), with voluminous cargo shorts, slouchy, gathered pants, and sporty anorak touches. Of course, there were options for formalwear, but even these had a relaxed, unfussy feel: a pale blue sack dress with zigzag-knit shoulders, a drapey halter in a graphic print. But, as all the looks were shown with flat, ankle-wrapped sandals, even they would fit in just as well at the beach as anywhere else.
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