Free-spirited patterns and shapely cuts that sculpt the female form. Garments generously kissed with symmetry, geometric flashes and animal-inspired prints. Print on mesh or super warm tricot. Whatever the weather, the point is to have fun – fill yourself with energy and say ciao to the negativity and bad vibes around us. Planet Escape is Miranda Makaroff’s third collection for Desigual.
Both Miranda and Desigual came into the world in 1984, both love filling life with magic and fantasy, and both like to stand out and never go unnoticed. This is a playful collection designed for having fun at any time, whether you’re dancing in your lounge or spilling colour in the streets. The items in this collection are free and bold enough to combine in a thousand different ways – heels or socks, it’s your choice – this range conveys nothing but happiness.
Lemon yellow, pale pink, iris purple, off white and midnight black all feature in a collection made up of roll-neck stretchy T-shirts, a tricot jumper with a symmetrical kiss, cropped organic cotton culottes, a semi-sheer dress made from recycled materials, unique pieces all adorned with the collection’s print. Not forgetting, of course, some very special pieces like the two-piece suit featuring a black and white animal design, or the two coats: one loose and padded with an arty print and the other an evasé yellow trench coat with pink faux-fur collars and a print displaying horses and flowers.
With Planet Escape, you’re invited to experience a surreal 2021 miles away from planet Earth. In the brand film, a group of friends decide to escape reality and embark on an intergalactic journey that takes them to an unknown planet. There they will find mystical beings, life-altering magic and even a vibey party.
“I love colour because it’s my vitamin, my passion,” said Miranda. “My goal is to convey positive energy and fun because I think that’s something that has been left on the back burner of fashion. We have become somewhat enslaved and crazy about trends, and I think it’s important to see fashion from a viewpoint of freedom, creativity and playfulness.”