Fashion house MISSONI presented their Fall Winter 2021.22 Menswear Collection, that was inspired by the metropolis, and the journey through it as both actor and spectator. The collection features an adaptable wardrobe, both tailored and functional pieces that are comfortable, yet casually sharp. The collection focuses on knitwear reimagined as outerwear. Fashion photographer Marili Andre captured the lookbook featuring models Robert Grundler and Oliver Bartha.
“Hints of nature reveal themselves and are amplified through this season’s use of color and tonal range: ink and navy blue are electrified by royal blue; dark bordeaux and olive green by surges of maple red; slate grey and pewter by bursts of teal; and charcoal grey and camel by rays of sunset yellow.
This season showcases an emphasis on knitwear reinterpreted as outerwear, featuring: a limitededition, outdoor padded shirt lined in nylon and created from archival Missoni stock yarns – exemplifying Missoni’s mission to become a more eco-friendly and sustainable brand; a knitted car coat made in a technical wool blend with a double-faced stitch; a reversible caban jacket, bomber, and hoodie in felted lambswool that has undergone a special treatment to provide a softer hand feel; and a fully-fashioned knit bomber with recycled nylon yarn injections which help create a padded effect. Additional knitwear pieces include a range of cable-pattern, multi-stitch Aran knits in mohair, multicoloured intarsias, and chunky wools given a cash