From Milan Men’s Fashion Week, the FW19 collection

Subversive since the very beginning, the essence of Marni stands in the need to go beyond the limits of accepted conventions. That’s how the classical start pieces of the Italian brand’s Fall/Winter 2019 collection – bouclé woolen coats and tailored blazers – gradually detach from tradition, then unconventionality and psychedelia take over throughout the collection.

Silk shirts and trousers, parkas and anoraks get enlivened by colourful and vibrant prints that Francesco Risso drew from the 1976 animated movie Allegro non troppo by Bruno Bozzetto. Blurred proportions and augmented reality dominate the collection, developing through slightly oversize volumes that drift to androgyny.

As Marni’s creative director told Vogue backstage before the show, the youth he addresses to is rebellious, “atypical kids, extravagant, not diagnosable types”, that just want to see the world in an out-of-range visual.

A 90’s grunge mood is in the polychromatic mohair sweaters, cut in loose silhouettes that look comfortable, pairing with rétro bell-bottom trousers and acid washed denim. The raw cut edges of a coat and the knits that are about to ladder themselves in fringes convey an unfinished and distressed effect.
Leopard prints, ponyskin and exotic skins are also used for coats and trousers.

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