Moschino catwalk show report A/W 2015 in Milan
After his Barbie and McDonalds themes, the irreverent Jeremy Scott is back with a whole new colourful collection. This outside-the-box show is inspired by a playful, fun world. What world could be more fun than that of cartoons? The autumn/winter 2015 fashion show is in the name of extravagance and colour. As always, a parade eagerly awaited to surprise everyone.
One of the highlights of the show is devoted to the timeless Looney Tunes, with maxi-sweaters on which Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird and Sylvester are printed. Other pieces include a theme inspired by baseball and basketball sporty-chic uniforms: long tank tops worn as dresses, again featuring the cartoon characters.
The first looks of the parade propose sports outfits in very bright colours: green, orange, blue and neon yellow. The following ones are denim, revisited in beautiful patchwork – a strong trend for next winter. Gold combined with all-black, chains and oversized jewellery add a touch of kitsch to the t-shirts and jackets. Another theme of the collection and gadgets in the parade is the teddy bear, featured on sweatshirts, backpacks, dresses and jackets.
The final part of the show is dedicated to evening dresses; flashy, impressive and a little carnival, they are extremely Moschino. The pop and geometric prints that decorate the clothing are absolutely glamorous and irresistible. On the feet of the models are golden heels and cuissardes boots. The featured accessories are as eccentric as the whole collection: baseball caps, wide-brimmed hats, backpacks and shoppers.