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Missoni Spring ’12- Milan Fashion Week

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Missoni delivered its widely known signature prints during its spring collection held yesterday in Milan. Latin culture and flamenco dancers inspired the concept and silhouettes covered big dramatic ruffles, knits paired with magenta, coffee and cerulean colored accessories. Missoni concept and its own style has a big impact to make us feel relief.


Milano’ da esen moda fırtınasında Missoni de beğeniyle alkışlanan bir koleksiyona hacim kazandırdı. Latin etkisi ve flamenko dansının ruhundan nasibini alan koleksiyon; kıvrımlar; dramatik parçalar ve kahve, kiremit ve mavinin derin tonlarında sevişen bir ruha büründü. Klasikleşen Missoni desenleri ve dokusu önümüzdeki sezonda da baş döndürmeye devam edecek.


Hakan Karaosman


Author: hakankaraosman

Hakan Karaosman is a sustainability management professional and a Ph.D researcher with international experience in sustainability reporting, business improvement, and sustainability strategy. Previously, he worked as a consultant to companies in various industries for their Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) reports. He holds BSc. in Environmental Engineering, MBA, and MSc. in Management in Engineering of Energy and Environment, a joint master degree funded by the EU, and hosted by KTH (Sweden), EMN (France), and UPM (Spain). He is currently pursuing his Ph.D. studies in European Doctorate in Industrial Management, a double degree program funded by the European Commission. His driven focus is towards sustainability integration in the fashion industry.

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