The California skateboard scene of the Seventies, as depicted on the film Lords of Dogstown was what led MSGM designer, Massimo Giorgetti, to create a collection for Spring/Summer 16 that gave grunge its vibrant revival. "It's more grunge, more underground" the designer said, pointing to a photo on his mood board of a kid sandboarding. "It's also a little bit punk," he continued.

Giorgetti set the tone of the show with a runway backdrop crafted from scaffolding, accented by neon lights and loudspeakers. Opening the show with long languid silhouettes, frayed tartan in a palette of blue and pink, sheer layers, chains and grommets set the grunge look in motion. Here, the slip dress reappeared yet again on another runway at Milan Fashion Week, though this time the long and lean look was given Giorgetti's grunge interpretation paired with cumbersome skater sneakers.

Surprising silhouettes and details appeared in the collection in the form of flamenco ruffles, oversized bows and satin streamers. The colour palette, filled with youthful energy, came alive in blues, pinks and sun kissed orange. Discover the collection in full via the gallery below...