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Missoni Spring Summer 2015 show at Milan Fashion Week

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Following the bohemian trend, Missoni exercised its use of vibrant colours, giving a tye-dye effect to garments that would have blended in beautifully with the sunsets of Capri or St Barths.

Jason Tucker, Harrods GMM of Womenswear

"Following the bohemian trend, Missoni exercised its use of vibrant colours, giving a tye-dye effect to garments that would have blended in beautifully with the sunsets of Capri or St Barths," Harrods GMM of womenswear, Jason Tucker, revealed at the house's spring/summer show. The aesthetic was undeniably Missoni, with long crochet striped maxidresses worn with turbans and ombre circle skirts that looked vaguely Flamenco in style mixed with fine knit twinsets. Missoni is a label that usually marches to the beat of its own drum, sticking to what it does best but, with its pastel stripes and Seventies vibe, this season it was perfectly on-trend.

Who we saw: Model Coco Rocha

What they wore: A tomato red blazer and printed trousers

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See the Missoni Autumn Winter 2014 show

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