Fashionistas love Moschino like a feisty, always ahead, quirky child. Through the decades, this iconic fashion brand has supplied gawking fashion fans with garments that are downright beautiful and odd at the same time. Moschino has thrived on always thinking outside the box, and crafted creations that you’ve never thought of including in your yearly fashion stash.
The people behind this famous fashion line have sparked many trends that channel bravado in its every possible shift. Truly, Moschino rocks the realm again with its latest ‘It’s Lit’ fashion line, which was seen the runway of the recently concluded Milan Fashion Week.
Moschino pumped up the game by getting Jeremy Scott into the picture, who prolifically sent out 59 pieces and a variety of looks leaving people in awe. Moschino’s fall collection is as fiery as it can be, literally sending the eccentric-designed runway into a blazing catwalk, all heated up by Scott’s genius just for the brand.
Many people have rumbled about when the first set of the collection will come tumbling down the runway, through the style and pizzazz of the fortunate models selected to give life to this smoking Scott slash Moschino collaboration.
Guests were treated as if they were transported into a different era, exposing them to a yellowing mansion, complete with ruins and gilded frames, defunct piano sets and evident baroque-inspired seats.
Aside from pleasing the eyes of its attendees, Moschino also gifted everyone in the showroom an exclusive ‘Fashion Kills’ phone case which takes on the pattern of a cigarette pack. Furnished with Moschino’s memorable logo and the makings of a Marlboro red pack, it’s definitely dandy to carry, exuding character and fashion sense all at the same time.
Jeremy Scott improvised on some of the existing trends we have seen over the years, giving it a grander perspective to be classified as high-fashion. The first part of the show was a mix of gowns, denim pieces strewn on moto-boots and a lot of leathery items.
The most impressive was Scott’s ability to put these materials together either one at a time to give it time to shine, or together which made it a convincing ensemble. Lexi Boling, a Moschino favorite, opened the fall collection, adorned with a steamy leather gown and an unzipped slit which made the look even stronger.
Staying true to the ‘It’s Lit’ campaign, Moschino and Scott prepared world-famous model Anna Cleveland to walk the runway in a literally smoking 1940s-inspired blue and black gown, which made the crowd frenetic. Scott’s chandelier gown also snatched everyone’s attention, proving that he can make almost anything a work of art when translated into fashion.
Some other models who made this Fall Collection a success include Imaan Hammam, Romee Strijd, Taylor Hill, Stella Maxwell, Issa Lish and Omahyra Mota.
Moschino Burns Down Fashion Week With Its Fashion Show
#ItsLit | Capsule Collection by Moschino is here!