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Editorial

Giorgetti’s obsession with ’90s’ teenagers produced a collection of oversize shapes, especially in the outerwear, with plenty of denim, which took its influences from ’50s rockabilly to ’70s bohemian. The style zapped between different eras, making the Msgm boy a slightly dandy Teddy Boy, with neck scarf and loose frayed jeans, alternating with high turn-ups or slim trousers, cropped at the ankle, with high waist, or dungarees. The brand’s signature bold colours gave way to a palette of black, blue and grey with touches of white and red, while the few prints and appliqués had a sci-fi/astronomic theme, including Goldrake and Mazinga Z robots on shirts, short jackets and crew neck sweaters.