June 21, 2014 Milan
That sense of appropriated rearrangement marked the designer's impressive Spring men's collection. Backstage he spoke of wanderlust, road trips, fragmentation, and culture clash, the words "never stop" a constant refrain. On the runway, those motley themes made for rather high-concept fare—a fantastic jumble of national flags in muted colors; pastel stripes veering in all directions; a summery yet noirish frond print; leather sandals worn with toeless socks; and visors dangling around the neck. Blue denim and khaki were sprinkled throughout to signify Giorgetti's street origins—and all of the above was set to a jumble of another sort, a schizophrenic remix of Yacht's catchy "I Walk Alone" track. To an ever-scrolling generation for whom cognitive dissonance is a good thing, it will make complete sense.