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Ottavio’s Take on Opera
Donizetti’s Scottish shepherds (and Luciano Pavarotti!) get a Missoni makeover
 
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Bill Cunningham & Missoni
How One of Fashion’s Most Beloved Photographers Was Also One of the Missoni’s First Fans
 
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It Started With Stripes
How The Simple Pattern Came to Define an Empire
 
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The Life of Lamé
Would Missoni have shot to its stratospheric heights of fame so quickly were it not for those lamé blouses strutting down the runway under the bright lights of the Palazzo Pitti in the Spring of 1967? Bra-free and baring it all, Missoni and its models stomped down the runway and into a whole new era. […]
 
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It started with a stripe
A freedom-loving fantasia and the very first Missoni monochrome print
 
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High Five for 50 Years of Front Covers!
Championed by Editor Anna Piaggi, meet Missoni’s first front cover ever for Arianna magazine#PressClippings
 
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Missoni Women’s Summer 2017: inspiration
Our Winter 1997 collection is part of the inspiration for Missoni Women’s Summer 2017
 
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Diana Rigg: from 70’s style icon to Games of Thrones success
Meet the British Actress that has always been in love with Missoni since her early days
 
SPACE DYE in 1997
A vintage Uomo Vogue spread brings back the effortless cool of Missoni knitwear Timeless: these Missoni knits from 1997 could be worn today and look completely current. The space-dye pattern, a mainstay of Missoni collections since Ottavio and Rosita Missoni created it in the second half of the ‘60s, looks as great today as it […]
 
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SPACE-DYED KNITS
The "space-dyed" motif, an innovative manufacturing that became a real aestetics code of Missoni fashion house
 
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Flashback on zigzag
The zigzag pattern, the Maison's hallmark since the '60s
 
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MISSONI: Making Magic
A glimpse inside the brand's headquarters for a behind the scenes look at the art of Missoni knitwear
 
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Flashback on stripes
The first Missoni stripes were born because Ottavio said “with the frist machines we could only make solid or stripe knitwear”
 
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MISSONI, ART, COLOUR: THE EXHIBITION OPENS AT THE FASHION AND TEXTILE MUSEUM IN LONDON
In partnership with The Woolmark Company and organized by the MA*GA Art Museum, the new exhibition MISSONI, ART, COLOUR will open in London on 6 May 2016. It includes over 40 paintings by European artists from the 20th century, such as Gino Severini, Lucio Fontana and Sonia Delaunay, who have influenced the creative process of […]
 
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The Wizard Machine
Still today, Missoni has a positive attitude towards new technologies that can become and additional tool for knowledge and creativity
 
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Jacquard Knit
For the 1992 F/W collection, Missoni told of a world of illustrated landscapes with capes and looks in jacquard knit.
 
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A tapestry revisited 
A closer look at Missoni’s storied love affair with the sea 
 
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Fur knit
At the beginning of the 1970s, Missoni experimented with knits that offered a fur effect. This is how the “fur knit” started.
 
SEASON'S GREETINGS
A magical Halloween
The prints from the Girls’ F/W 2015 collection serve as the perfect backdrop for Halloween night
 
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Nude Look for Halloween
For Halloween, a look back at the story of the semi-transparent knit, which was the star of the much talked-about runway show at Palazzo Pitti in 1969