Moschino Spring 2011 | Milan Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 24, 2010

Switching out metallics and leopard prints for polka dots and stripes, the spring 2011 offering from Moschino still maintains its signature look of playful yet wearable fashion. Mixing together bold colors and patterns, the Moschino girl looks ready to go anywhere and everywhere with influences ranging from countryside glam to western chic.










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17 thoughts on “Moschino Spring 2011 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. Hmm… I don’t really like it. I think the influence is far too obvious, it almost looks “costume-y” at times. Like a really fashionable Tea Party rally… Which isn’t a good thing IMHO…

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  2. Hmm… I don’t really like it. I think the influence is far too obvious, it almost looks “costume-y” at times. Like a really fashionable Tea Party rally… Which isn’t a good thing IMHO…

    Reply

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