Etro wasn’t the only label to embrace the raw, frayed hemline for fall. MSGM warmed up to the nostalgic touch for its most recent collection. Unveiled during Milan Fashion Week, the Italian label’s lineup embraced a mix of bright hues and plaids, culminating in a cherished wardrobe one could craft from careful vintage runs.
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