Nicolas Ghesquière Makes his Debut at Louis Vuitton

After a season filled with many new beginnings, (Jeremy Scott makes his debut at Moschino, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley at Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Nicolas Ghesquière today at Louis Vuitton), the newly named Creative Director at Louis Vuitton, honors the past, and looks to the future as, “today is a new day.” Written in the show notes. As we salute to the past, at Marc Jacobs 16 legendary years at the House, Ghesquière leaves us remembering those days with former Runway regulars, Freja Beha, (opening the show, scream!!!!!!! A big excitement for me, especially since the Danish beauty hasn’t made any appearance at Fashion Week since she wasn’t featured in Chanel’s Spring 2012 campaign), and Maggie Rizer. But as we look back at the days when Marc Jacobs took the reigns at Louis Vuitton, Nicolas Ghesquière leaves excited and ready for what he has in store for us in the future at Louis Vuitton.

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Jeremy Scott Makes his Runway Debut at Moschino

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.

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Jeremy Scott Presents his First Collection at Moschino

As Rosella Jardini leaves the regins at Moschino, Jeremy Scott takes over. Presenting his first collection, Pre-Fall 2014, at the house, still keeping the elements signature to the house of Moschino, but adding his own twist. I can’t help but obsess over the trench coat with a black lace dress embroidered on the front. While the quilted leather jacket chained handbag will definately give any look of mine a Chic, punk twist. The ladylike floral frocks left me ready for a nice, Spring day. My favorite: “I couldn’t decide what to wear so I put on this designer t-shirt.”

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Nicolas Ghesquière Named Creative Director at Louis Vuitton

Nicolas Ghesquière Named Creative Director at Louis Vuitton

As Rumors have been speculating these past few months, about Marc Jacobs leaving Louis Vuitton, and Nicolas Ghesquière taking the Louis Vuitton reign. I can confirm the rumors are true. As Marc Jacobs’ leaves a memorable Spring 2014 farewell show, … Continue reading

Moschino’s 30th Anniversary Show

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    Celebrating 30 years at the house of Moschino, Creative Director Rosella Jardini begins her collection, showing off a few pieces representing her years at the house of Moschino. Then switching into a Beautiful collection, with none other than a Good Girl vs Bad Girl Theme.  

  “The Good Girls” showed off Beautiful Chiffon, Silk, and tweed ensembles. Many of which were in a tutu style. Sweet colors of Pink, Red, Black, Cream, and White were seen a lot. With many flirty Floral print dresses, really bringing such a Glamour and Romance. A vibe seen throughout all the cities so far at Fashion Week. Like many designers including feminine accents, Jardini includes her edgy and Punk accents with “The Bad Girls.”  Showing off leather jackets, chains, and ripped up denim. The Moschino Girl is definately ready to look edgy for Spring. 

   Representing the 30 years of Moschino, Jardini sends out some of our old favorite Supermodels, (aka Alek Wek, Jodie Kidd, and Erin O’Connor), amongst a few. In some of Moschino’s most memorable pieces. And the finale, with live singing.