Massimo Giorgetti is wasting no time since exiting Emilio Pucci earlier this month. While the MSGM designer was in New York last week going to museums, jogging in Central Park, and hanging out with friends, a capsule collection he’s calling MSGM p.m. arrived at Bergdorf Goodman, Net-a-Porter, and MatchesFashion.com. The new line is a return to his MSGM roots. Now eight years old, MSGM has absorbed the streetwear codes that have lately dominated fashion, but it didn’t start that way. “I was in London and I saw this beautiful girl in a cotton dress from my 2010 summer collection,” he said wistfully over a pasta lunch. “MSGM in the beginning was more about prints and colors, and this kind of dress I stopped to do.” The sighting gave him the impulse to revisit some of his early collections. Also: He’s had buyers practically begging him for the funky cocktail dresses he made early on. Enter MSGM p.m., a capsule line with an after-dark tilt that, this episode at least (he prefers episode to season), has a 1960s-by-way-of-the-’80s snap. Think everything from super-short mod shifts with ruffle edging, to a lace catsuit topped by a flouncy lace skirt. There’s also a bit of denim, because which hip, happening twentysomething in 2017 doesn’t wear jeans on a night out? As for his two years at Pucci, Giorgetti is all positives. “It was an amazing school, especially for this kind of special occasion dress. I learned about a different level of fabric, a different level of customer. The experience was a treasure.” Now that he has more energy to devote to his own brand, he promises additional special projects like this one; he even hinted at an upcoming collaboration with a backpack and luggage maker.Read more at:http://www.marieprom.co.uk/green-prom-dress | http://www.marieprom.co.uk/purple-prom-dresses