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We put the frenzy in Firenze. To mark Jeremy Scott’s first contact with Pitti – the crucial crucible of must-wear menswear – Moschino presents a high-speed collision of past and future. Point of impact? Now.
Think Valentino Rossi meets Fred Astaire. Imagine Staying Alive spliced with 2001: A Space Odyssey. There’s a sniff of Jimi Hendrix, a dash of Prince, a soupçon of Louis XVI – and a whole lot of Scott.
Points of commonality? A dedication to display – seriously playful peacocking – that’s only heightened by the elegance of Scott’s refusal to acknowledge the pigeonhole-categories of codified menswear. Smart vs informal? Just not normal.
So, display. Think of the stylised sponsors’ badges of honour that are worn, skin-tight, by the petrol-head warriors of Moto GP. Crash that image into the tailcoated insouciance of old-school eveningwear.
Then take it back, pre-industrial, to unabashedly decadent ruffle and kerfuffle of 18th century masculine power dressing. Factor in brocade, candy-stripe, and cartoonery. Then lay it over right-this-minute streetwear silhouettes.
In 2016 there is nothing to stop you wearing whatever the hell you want – except its availability. This is not about more pocket squares, more deconstructed jackets, more athleisure, more meh. It’s Moschino, baby.
Tue, June 30 2015 » Fashion Blog
Watch the Moschino Spring Summer 2016 Men’s Fashion Show in Live Streaming from Pitti Immagine Uomo – 18th June 2015 8 PM Florence Time. Stay Tuned…!!!
Thu, June 18 2015 » Fashion Blog
Wed, June 17 2015 » Fashion Blog
Street culture IS culture. It’s everywhere. For Fall ’15 Moschino makes street wear every-wear.
Start with the roots of street apparel; workwear and military. In quilted, inflated, colorised – jolted with bolts of lightning. Camo, for sure, with a logo camo worth reading.
Pitch in a shot of sportswear; basketball tank tops, hockey jerseys, baseball stripes. Teamed with Looney Tunes playaz; tough Tweetie, bad-to-the-bone Bugs, and Sylvester from the block. Tasmanian Devil? The Devil wears Moschino.
But before fabulous-ing trademarked icons becomes too much our trademark – hallo Barbie girl – let’s look at an icon of our own. Toy Bear, Moschino’s cuddly, fuzzy fragrance figure steps up to the runway. He’s our capsule collection’s main squeeze. Love him and he’ll love you right back.
What do you see on the street? Denim? Check. Leather? Check. Underwear as outerwear? Check. Ballgowns…? You better get your eyes checked.
For the finale Jeremy Scott scoured New York City armed with his camera and a passion for expressive font, shade, and spray. His destination? Graffiti gala dresses as fit for the steps of the Met as they are for the subway.
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Thu, January 22 2015 » Fashion Blog
It’s a blizzard, boys! Time to wrap up in loads of layers and get to the rave that’s pumping off the top of the snow-capped mountain. Moschino’s Creative Director Jeremy Scott has got you covered on what to wear.
Everything in this wintery collection has been designed to be party proof for the snow, warm enough to get you through the icy conditions, but cool enough to let you breeze right by the doorman.
Trekking through the wintery back woods requires outerwear that befits a bad-ass expedition. Scott has invented enough variations – from cropped shearling bombers and gold foil puffers to patchworked, multi-colored Montgomerys and military coats that come dripping in David Crockett’s fox tails – to suit every boy on the dancefloor.
Once inside the steamy club, the coats slip off, and the bare-chested boys are ready to rock. Back in the chilly outdoors, patchworks of shearling, fox and mink bring out the mountain-man for a wild, evening ride. Fake furs are spotted and striped with bold animal patterns.
Nylon and silver metallic leather stamped with punchy orange hibiscus prints brings a street edge, while rough buffalo check rings in a clear sign of the good, old outdoors. Other materials, like brightly colored fuzzy mohair, classic herringbones and tweeds, blanket the boys in warmth.
This being a rave gathering, not everyone is behaving as expected. 401 jeans’ pockets get ripped off pants and re-sewn up into a mash-up patchwork on cropped jackets. Other signature-Scott hybrids include a shearling biker jacket that’s been crossed with a tuxedo tail coat construction or kilt skirts sprouting scarf constructions.
Long johns, python printed leather trousers, jeans and puffer snowboarding pants are bottom half staples. Footwear is sturdy enough to tramp right through the snow and up the mountain top.
Leather and nylon hiking boots, Moschino leopard print moon boots, wooly mammoth boots, and patent leather expedition boots are ruggedly chic. For tussles and tumbles in the snow, there are shearling trapper hats, long knit caps, ski goggles, and silver ski gloves.
Inventive men’s bags include full fur knapsacks, rhinestone crusted totes, puffer backpacks with Davey Crockett fox tails are roomy enough for all of the evenings provisions. And if it ends up being an all-nighter, let’s hope they brought some instant coffee for the morning after.
Mon, January 19 2015 » Fashion Blog