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Feminine, colourful and funny. This is how Miss Miss world is presented for Autumn/Winter season 2018/2019.
A journey around the world and through time between folk and male inspirations and 70’s vibes, where the only passord is “contaminations”.

The floral, check and animalier patterns can light up a room, but they end up being perfectly combined and in total freedom even in the “mixed and match version”. Fur, always in its eco version, is colured in bright tones, while night dresses show the sensuality of ruffles and swirls and are matched exclusively with oversized sweathers.

    The everlasting contrast between male and female creates an extremely sophisticated collection: simple but never predictable dresses are matched with classic gentleman blazers, as well as luxury sweathers or rigid lined cloth coats. Romantic poodle skirts are matched with classic light blue male shirts. The Miss Miss woman plays with the androgynous charm of male suits revisiting them from a female point of view. The patchwork dresses, where every single piece tells a different and fascinating story, are significantly back in our wardrobes, which are enriched with sporty jumpers and romantic looking tulle skirts.
    Outwear is combined with talloring, male with female, the dream world with the real one. Male suits are covered in velvet, plaid patterns look more and more girly, as well as gentleman suits are enriched with rouches and black lace. Roses create feminine patterns on taffeta, soft shirts are covered in jaquard fabrics, in a mix and match which will surely have an impact on the young Millenials, who are used to play with their new figures covererd in rigid shouldered blazers and wrap-dresses. Floral patterns and jackets with ribbons celebrate a playful and colourful femininity, mitigated by male fabrics and proportions, such as long and strictly tailor suits, loose and rigid looking coats and high waisted trousers.

    The so called youthquake, the young people movement which shook up the 70’s, is reinvented in this new colletion based on coats, mini dresses, tulle and vintage patterned dresses. Miss Miss’ burgeois spirit is sexy and rebellious, mitigated by modern glamour and a vaguely romantic sensuality. The inspiration comes from the past, still the result is extremely contemporary: it starts with jacquard or structured coats revisited with animalier fur, and then continues with rouches giving movement to dresses, skirts and shirts matched in contrast with loose sherling or bejeweled leather coats. There are also male touches that can be seen on
    sophisticated velvet tailleur trousers and leather blouses full of shining and extremely girly paillettes. The collection plays with pastel colours that can be seen on tweed suits and jeune fille en fleur short dresses. The tones are warm and mitigated by structured textures. Velvet is alternated with high-value leathers, floral patterns and pearls applications. It’s a multifaceted and original ready-to-wear, which goes from role plays to fancy details, with hints of Western Old America. A sort of urban cowgirl becomes the inspiration for plaid shirts, parkas and coats. These shapes and influences become the main points of an elegant, aesthetic and visual language.

    Whether in a rock, glamour or casual chic version, denim once again plays the leading role of the Miss Miss collections, matched with colourful jumpers, animalier patterns and long and comfy sweathers. Proposed also on shirts, dresses, skirts and eco-leather jackets, denim never ceases to amaze. It’s the perfect evergreen for every occasion. Straight, boot cut, super skinny or flared leg. Low waist, western or ladylike style. With velvet stripes and super glam detailes, washed and ripped, enriched with pearls, tiny studs or chains from the 90’s. Romantic and powerful, the new Miss Miss collection shows the perfect balance between a typically French vibe femininity and a definitively rock charm.