Jeremy Scott’s maximalism is once again evident in his latest Moschino Pre-Fall 2021 haute couture proposal.
Palace surprises us again with another collaboration, this time perhaps it is their most unexpected association: Moschino.
Jeremy Scott has just presented his pre-collection menswear ss21, and it’s a real feast for the eyes. Yet it’s become one of the new favorites of Milan Fashion Week, true to the Moschino DNA.
The collection was clearly inspired by Picasso and the Cubist movement. Undoubtedly, a tribute to one of the kings of Spanish painting.
Jeremy Scott has removed the veil that separates the world of the dead with that of the alive to use it in his new collection presented today: Moschino SS20.
Whether turning the catwalk into the wheel of fortune, or forming an army of living dolls, Jeremy Scott has established himself as the king of kitsch, especially in his role as creative director in Moschino.
The comparisons are hateful, but the illustration Jacobs uses is more than similar to that of Nirvana, except that the icon’s eyes were replaced by an M and a J.
As if it were a contest, the Moschino AW19 fashion show began with the popular tune of “The Price is Right”. A bet on television nostalgia.
This week, one of Hudson’s docks witnessed Moschino’s cheapest fashion show. A show nobody wanted to miss, not even Tom Ford.
If a few days ago we talked about the teaser campaign Moschino x HM now we have access to ALL the pieces of the collection and we tell you that it is pure MOSCHINO at HM price.
Next Thursday November 8th at this time there will be NOTHING left in the stores of HM’s new collaboration with Moschino.
Jeremy Scott proposes a Moschino SS19 in which the irony of fast-fashion coexists with the aesthetics of 80’s haute couture.
Following on from the line started a few years ago, H&M is delighted to announce a new collaboration, this time with Moschino.
Fall-winter 18′ of Moschino is to enter a paranormal universe of latex, dominatrixs and sado in which Jeremy Scott injected anarchy and contradiction through garments inspired by the punk of the 70s.