Jeremy Scott focused on trash for Moschino’s fall-winter 2017 runway show presented during Milan Fashion Week. The American designer opened the show with a series of looks inspired by cardboard boxes and paper bags. From sack dresses to trench coats and jacket and skirt sets, ladylike silhouettes brought some elegance to the playful theme.
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Then Scott used old Moschino magazine spreads as prints for fit and flare dresses, bomber jackets and A-line coats. For evening wear, the Moschino woman wears looks inspired by household items including shower curtains, rugs and bubble wrap. In addition to the runway show, the brand also unveiled a see-now, buy-now capsule collection featuring graphic t-shirt dresses and handbags.
Moschino Fall/Winter 2017
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