Massimo Giorgetti opened his Spring/Summer 2017 show with a riot of bright monotone colours. A welcome wake-up call that only grew relentlessly cheerful as each ensemble sashayed down the Milano runway. These segued into graphic spirals in more softer yet still statement color patterns, worn with matching booties. Giorgetti kept silhouettes to a lean and fluid line as not to overwhelm with too much news and movement.
The most peppy looks were the graphic bandeaus and full skirts—perfectly easy and breezy for a tropical getaway. Though the straw hats covering faces (a styling trick he carried over from his resort collection) are a little too much of a sun-blocking idea.
Also good options for a sunny vacation were all the rompers, done in either a tonal lemon yellow, a graphic lavender-and-orange print, black and white swirls and loopy optical with a hint of shine that made it right for a fun evening.
His use of color and how he mixed them—banana yellow with girly pink, lavender and tangerine, red-watermelon-pink-green, turquoise and green, or even just a solid one-two punch of yellow sequins were fruity and tempting.