In honor of Missoni's 60th anniversary next year, Angela Missoni crafted a perfectly refreshing collection for Spring '13 based off of one of her first memories of the fashion house. That memory, was a white suit featured on the cover of French Elle circa 1960, setting the tone for the opening looks on the runway — sheer white trapeze dresses, blazers paired with cropped capris, and tunics elusively hinting at the brand's iconic prints. The mood was crisp and airy, as further exemplified by the pretty hues of pink, orange, and green following afterwards in ombré shift dresses, collared tops, and a beguiling sequined blouse paired with a sleek pencil skirt. Meanwhile, sheer digital printed maxidresses showcased Missoni's luxurious bohemian aesthetic. The collection might have been devoid of the brand's in-your-face knits, but that's what made it even more exhilarating.
Trends: Sheer details, ombré.
Colors: White, pink, orange, green, black, red, blue.
Key Piece: The knit dress layered under the white lace layer was equal parts whimsical and ladylike.
Accessories: Crystal chokers and necklaces, ankle strap sandals.
Who Should Wear It: Missoni's cool trapeze dresses would look amazing on the likes of Kate Bosworth, Kirsten Dunst, and Zoe Saldana.