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M Missoni inside the Web #6
Here you go, just in time, the web M Missoni end of the month press release: a look back at October, where we describe exclusive articles of bloggers and online magazines that have linked to us, recommending unique and highly fashionable styles!
First, from the web press: The buzz from online magazines is all about the preview of the upcoming M Missoni 2014 Spring-Summer collection inspired by a 'safari' and 'jungle' theme as defined by the Italian magazine Pig in the article 'Africa Folk: M Missoni' filled with shots of the most beautiful and trend setting looks for next summer. If you want to know more and see more from the M Missoni Spring-Summer 2014 collection don't miss this article published earlier this month by the American online magazine Fashion Gone Rogue!
The M Missoni 2013-14 winter collection continues to flaunt its charms in the delightful world of the fashion blog: particularily with Sofie Valkiers, Fashionata, who gave us some sensational shots of the opening of fashion week in Paris. In this article titled 'Paris Fashion Week day one' and in another article‘Lost & Found’ Sofie publishes the most beautiful pictures of her M Missoni outfits during the weeks of the international fashion shows: to imitate his look check out the animal print jacquard dress the 2013-14 winter collection and the skirt with neon piping the 2013 Fall Collection! Even the M Missoni accessories have become must-haves this season: in he same article Sofie's 'Shopping List' includes, among others the super trendy double chain shoulder bag featured here in black!
Swedish fashion blogger Malin Richardson declares her love for the fall season the with this post titled 'Maximize your Fall', where she shows off the colorful Lurex maxi skirt M Missoni from the 2013 Winter Collection showing readers the the way to wear this style to absolut perfection! Malin also chooses the M Missoni tweed jacket to enhnace the tones and create a look that she calls 'Glam grunge'.
And you, what do you think?