Bazaar de­codes

Harper's Bazaar (India) - - BAZAAR STYLE -

The pat­tern con­tin­u­ally evolves through the sea­sons, and has been

spot­ted on almost ev­ery stylish celebrity, in­clud­ing Gabrielle Union,

Kate Moss, and Sofia Ver­gara. The mul­ti­colour chevron has be­come syn­ony­mous with the brand, and was cham­pi­oned by Bazaar ed­i­tor Diana Veer­land. It was one of the most cov­eted

pat­terns of the ’70s. The brand was founded by the coup cou­ple in 1953, but their iconic zigzag pat­tern came to be only in 1962 1962. The house un­til then had been work­ing mostly with the

stripe mo­tif. In 1962, the Mis­so­nis dis­cov­ered the Raschel ma­chine, which al­lowed for thi thou­sandsin a tech­niqueof threads called to be knit­ted (‘flame’ to­geth­erin

fi­ammata Ital­ian).It The re­sult was the house’s fa­mous

chevron pat­tern that re­sem­bles em­broi­dery. So, Mis­soni be­came to knitweark what Chanel was to jersey. And the pat­tern has stood the test of time.

2014: Mis­soni

Spring tex­ture of Duomo di Mi­lan rep­re­sented on a Mis­soni scarf

1970:

A Mis­soni pullover

1992:

cos­metic pouch, price upon re­quest.

Mis­soni 2014 head­band, and scarf, all prices

upon re­quest.

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