MILAN, Italy — At MSGM, herald of all things pop Massimo Giorgetti went clubbing, and came back with a visually bold collection of loud, oversized shapes in graphic colour combinations. What is fascinating about this designer is the ingenuity and enthusiasm he puts in his work, and also the openness with which he confesses to being a sponge to whatever happens around. From Raf to Gosha, it was easy to detect nods and winks to this and that — the high-waisted jeans, the peeling layers, the snap-hooks and the mega shirts — yet it did not have the air of a replica. Giorgetti is one of those designers who functions as a blender. His originality is in the mix and the mash up, not in the pieces per se. Another plus: his language is spontaneous and immediate, and that draws the audience in. For the rest, it's just clothes.