Moschino Mania! Let’s take a minute to appreciate Jeremy Scott’s brilliance


Moschino has always stood out among the crowd of designer labels as a creative brand. One that not only puts a smile on the faces of onlookers but which also provokes thought on worldly issues. During Franco Moschino’s time he nailed it, like fashion’s joker or comedian who through humor touched on delicate social / political issues. Fast forward to 2015, where Jeremy Scott is at the helm of the brand, and we see designs inspired by Barbie and McDonalds. Jeremy is definitely staying true to the brand’s DNA; with rising numbers of obese men and women around the world (McD) and plastic surgery becoming as common (Barbie), with the new artificial beauty standards, yes it is indeed shedding light on the gross social issues we face today. His 2015 fall winter ready to wear collection in Milan, however, was a subtle one (Or is it?)-in the sense it was more about street wear. From gowns with graffiti artwork to colorful quilted jackets. Fashion’s mature side has been exhausted so much that we look forward to a Moschino show now. The boom box at the background, and the baseball caps, long gold chains and overalls was reminiscent of the late 80’s and early 90’s, I could imagine the models especially Gigi posing and swaying while Vanilla Ice raps Ice Ice Baby ! (let the good times roll for the 90’s kid!) From the collection,the graffiti gowns were a clear winner and the spray paint bag nailed it. Check out some of my favorite looks below (All images from


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