“Expect severe delays,” read a sign outside as a crowd jostled (and in some cases punched) its way into Moschino’s tent on Thursday evening. The yellow hard hat invitation guests had been sent earlier in the week proved a prophetic prop: in gaining entry to one of Milan’s most anticipated shows, head injuries were a given.

Jeremy Scott turned Moschino’s Milan fashion show into a construction-chic zone, with traffic cones repurposed into hats and headgear. The Powerpuff Girls, a fixture of the aughts, also factored into the looks!

Red, orange, black, yellow, white with a lot of neon.

The accessories served up one visual pun after another. There were toolbox and lunch-box bags, tail-fin sunglasses, and caution-tape sandals. As for the clothes, they were the tony uptown answer to last season’s below-14th-Street streetwear. Chanel-style skirt suits came in flashy neons with flashier reflective-tape edging; others had Cristóbal Balenciaga–worthy volumes. Scott played fast and loose with Chanel-isms, most literally and perhaps dangerously with a print of interlocking C clamps. A pair of petticoated satin party dresses with taillights lifted off a ’57 Chevy looked like a subtler (if you can call it that) reference to Thierry Mugler’s iconic corset.

I had the opportunity to watch the show and I really LOVED it, I was amazed. Totally fun, with so much colours, the models were having definitely the time of their lives on the runway. Totally worth it!!!

Jeremy Scott
Jeremy Scott


  1. Hi! Just thought I’d let you know I really enjoyed going through your post. Very cool, interesting (and stylish too!!) keep it up!
    Come check out my blog if you get the time, would love to know what you think!
    Keep blogging!
    Ps. Always love Moschino!


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