Vintage Prints :: Rose stamps & Color play
Happy Monday everyone! How was your weekend?
I’ve been a long time admirer of MSGM. Designer Giorgetti and I share one tiny similarity. We had our start in the financial industry, but decided to pursue something more creative instead. Maybe that’s why I feel so connected to the brand. In addition to his career history, I deeply respect his designs. His collection is full of bold pieces with fearless color arrangements and interesting prints. There is an unapologetic spirit about his creations that is quite captivating. Design a blouse using 1 color? Maybe 3? How about more than 5? A symphony of colors! When I first saw this blouse, I was immediately drawn to it. The more I looked, the more I adore his work. From the vintage aura of the rose stamp prints to the use of additive color mixing, I couldn’t take my eyes off of it. In my humble opinion, Giorgetti makes fashion fun. And a dose of fun is always appreciated.
Thank you so much for reading!
:: Outfit ::
Top :: MSGM
Bottom :: Naven (similar here & here)
Bag :: Proenza Schouler
Shoes :: Christian Louboutin (old) (similar here)
Accessories :: Ann Taylor belt, Deborah Lippmann ‘It’s raining men’,
earrings thanks to Stella & Dot!