A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

Missoni held its Spring show in an ancient Milanese university. So obviously the show involved performance artists and ridiculous, high-fashion takes on caps and gowns!

A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

Yup, the iconic Missoni patterning was all there, but the color, busyness and wackiness were upped by a factor of 100.


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

From 70s influences...


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

...to the geometric...


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

...to the African-inspired, it was all shoehorned in; sometimes onto single garments!


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

The color blocks were at times Mondrian-esque, too, lest we forget a reference.


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

The models did not even attempt to not be worn by the cacophanous garments; they just covered their faces.


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

...or looked sad that they couldn't compete.


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

Of all the bright, whimsical shoes we've seen in Milan, these just may take the cake!


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

This may be the loudest garment in the world: like a convention of show-choirs, all singing at once.


A Degree In Missoni Is Relatively Useless

In case you're wondering who would wear these clothes? Fashion icon Anna Piaggi, obvs!