The Frankie Morello Spring/Summer 2015 collection was presented during Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by retro combative imagery, the collection invited its fans to "make art not war".
Models took to the stage in photo-printed sweaters, statement tees and outerwear pieces that boasted exploding and unsettling images of real-life war footage.
In addition to explosive photo prints, the models also donned baroque statue prints and logo-adorned garments that encouraged the practice of art over war, a message that gained a positive response from an audience of spectators.
The Frankie Morello Spring/Summer 2015 collection is infused with retro imagery. The modern menswear line is made up of a balanced mix of tailored suits, graphically printed sweaters and weather-appropriate outerwear pieces that are a great addition to one's existing wardrobe.
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