In the history of Moschino, today marked a very important day, as the newly named Creative Director, Jeremy Scott, makes his Ready-to-Wear debut with the House at Milan Fashion Week. With the chocolate bar invitations, Scott took inspiration from Fast Food brands, such as McDonald’s, Sweetreats like Hershey’s chocolate, and Spongebob. A very commercialized feel, indeed. While I loved the bold and vibrant styles, I also sort of missed the styles of the Moschino House, throughout the collection, the silhouettes were seen a bit throughout the beginning of the collection, but just not enough to convince that this was a Moschino show. Although Scott may have been a little off when it came to incorporating the elements, (or at least in my opinion), at Moschino, he did, however, leave a lasting mark at Milan Fashion Week.
A suede trench with Red fur lining. An oversize blazer gets a geometric print. Fur in bold hues, line a Sexy sheer shift. For Fall, Miucca Prada gives simple staples a funky twist, making them contagiously obsessive.
Originally posted on Tales From a High School Fashionista: A frantic for anything Mod, I couldn’t help but get obsessed when Frida Giannini literally produced my soul collection, to kick off Milan Fashion Week. While the candy coated furs and…
It may be the dreariest and coldest season of the year, but that doesn’t mean that you need to look gloomy!!! The motto exclaiming at Fausto Puglisi, as all things abstract were present. Whether it was Colorblocking, studded embellishments, the geometric shapes, or a Lindsey Wixson opening the show. I’d be surprised if your winter season still seemed as dreary, after this.