Thursday, October 10, 2013

Moschino Spring 2014 #MFW

"The new pieces that followed demonstrated that the company hasn’t lost that whimsical punch, though now toned down in the interest of commercial appeal (save for the Moschino shopping bag-cum-dress and the airplane headpiece). Creative director Rossella Jardini, who was Moschino’s right hand, worked a good girl-bad girl contrast with panache. Models came out in pairs working appropriately contrasting looks — angelic vs. devilish, preppy vs. rock chick. Along the way, Jardini referenced Moschino himself. Signature gold letter belts, Eighties favorites, spelled out “Good Girl” and “Bad Girl.” Precise tailoring was equally fun — a chic tuxedo jacket, for example, came with a rabbitlike pompon detail in the back. " -

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