Wonderland.

MFW: MOSCHINO AW15

When will our love affair with Jeremy Scott end? Certainly not this season. Anyone for a graffiti, Looney Tunes, sportswear mashup?

Ghetto Gold

We’ll talk about primary colour blocking madness in a moment but first, let’s look at the gold. Thick heavy chains to make the Mafia jealous and gold-leather-meets-denim patchwork, the precious shade was everywhere, upping the ante tenfold, elevating dungarees into statement wear. Forever referencing beloved pop culture, did we see some Beastie Boys-esque hood-trim style Ms on chains, too?

Queen of Quilting

Everything on the catwalk was puffed up or padded out. From backpacks, to dungarees, to coats, to Moschino slogans worn across the chest (we’re not even really sure what that is yet, but we want it). Bold block colours turned sensibly cosy full length puffer jackets into outrageous patent second skins and we imagine everyone who is anyone will be fronting one of those mini backpacks when they come out.

Street Side

Scott walked around NYC looking for inspiration and snapped up some ideas from the streets. Nothing less complicated or more romantic than that. The graffiti gowns that closed the show were alive with Scott’s Moschino attitude, the one we’ve all come to know and love. As for everything else you see on the street, well, the sportswear influence was heavy with Looney Tunes taking over on jerseys and baseball pinstripes, having their own little section. Some of the models were even lucky enough to get a break from the stilettos and wear Converse down the catwalk, but for us it was all about the Sylvester stilettos…

MFW: MOSCHINO AW15

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