With a preference for bold colors and a mass feel, imagine how wide-eyed Massimo Giorgetti was when he visited Gaetano Pesce’s archives last November, when the architect and prophet Italian design style opens it up to the general public.
Giorgetti translated some of Pesce’s most famous furniture designs into his MSGM fall collection. As it turns out, the textures of the Feltri armchair, like a stiff duvet that unfolds like a Calla lily and the La Michetta modular sofa, with its uneven puffiness, look incredibly catchy. eye on double-layered hoodies, padded shirt jackets or quilted shorts.
This is one of the winning items in MSGyoung and dynamic fall collection for men and pre-fall collection for women. A group of skinny young men dance and collapse on Pesce furniture in Giorgetti’s short video presentation, featured during a live demonstration as the designer uses COVID-19.
Director Luke Abby’s camera frenzy never spends more than a few seconds on any outfit, or a half-naked kid, but you’ll catch a 90s vibe, fun colors, Soft textures and a free mix of passion and sport, especially mountaineering.
Giorgetti borrowed the vibrant colors of Pesce vases to print the spotted motif, and stitching details on the Feltri chair to decorate the pockets in the outfit. He also hinted at the possibility of a collaboration at the next Salone del Mobile, which has now been postponed to June.
But he doesn’t get bogged down in the interior department, keeping his clothes crisp and playful, adding hazy psychedelic prints of mushrooms, butterflies and hemp leaves on his shirts and sweaters. camp. It’s enough to make you want to wear a pair of vibrant pink pants or a neon green faux fur top the next time you’re sitting on the sofa.
https://wwd.com/runway/mens-fall-2022/milan/msgm/review/ MSGM’s Bright Fall Collections Took Cues from Gaetano Pesce Furniture – WWD