LookBook: Moschino Spring Summer 2019 Ready To Wear Collection

LookBook: Moschino Spring Summer 2019 Ready To Wear Collection

The Moschino Spring Summer 2019 ready-to-wear collection broke a lot of fashion rules which ended up giving the collection an interesting look.


The collection which was presented at the Milan fashion week shows creative director Jeremy Scott bringing his creativity into fashion. The Moschino ss19 is said to be inspired by Yves Saint Laurent and the couturiers of yesterday.

LookBook: Moschino Spring Summer 2019 Ready To Wear Collection

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Although fashion is claimed not to have a specific rule to follow, there are some underline rules which are not usually spoken about. Creative director of the fashion house Jeremy Scott broke these rules and the results are quite amazing. Although coming as a shock to guests, the collection showcases both creativity and also artistic talent.

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For the runway show, creative director Jeremy Scott painted models blue and called them ‘aliens’ in an attempt to comment on the U.S immigration crisis, and was inspired by McDonald’s. The collection was walked by supermodels Gigi and Bella Hadid among others. Bella walked the runway wearing a 2D sketched outfit accompanied by a big fragrance bottle.

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Other models walked down the runway with an element that left guests speechless. Sometimes fashion designers decide to have fun with the collection and the Moschino ss19 collection was quite an interesting one. Gigi Hadid walked the runway in a puff wedding dress with a body sketch. Other elements of the collection include a bucket being worn as an art, more body sketch, outfit patterns, and also color combinations.

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