Moschino Spring/Summer 2018 Menswear and Resort Collection

Jeremy Scott unveiled his latest Moschino collections inspired by a sense of optimism and truth for Americans translated on the catwalk.

Speaking before the show, Scott explained that he had placed his collections on the idea of ​​a road trip from LA to Las Vegas – two cities for dreamers, as he pointed out, with a lot of empty highway. Although it was not so empty, if you really look. The famous guests at the Moschino in Hollywood have seen girls from small towns dressed in 60’s and 70’s prairie dresses and denim, Navajo blankets with stripes, Marlboro Man signs, and leather bikers. Scott himself is a gentle, as well as a connoisseur of Americana. The re-emergence of the classic Route 66 trail was wise in the way it absorbed the people of rest stops and small towns in a fantastic party of the cities of sins and angels.

Spring/Summer 2018 Menswear Collection

Cowboys and cyclists were sexually active and turned out to be active with their red suits wrapped in flames, the hugs of trousers in their body, and cyclist jackets decorated with nails and snake applications.


Resort 2018 Collection

The girls had reddened sleeves, with prairie transparent dresses, showgirl bangles, and denim, authentic prints or patchwork prints, low hips or shorts. It was Jeremy Scott’s best work on the hodge-podge (a mix of tracks), with enough finesse – to fit, in the leather and costume sewing. The collection also benefited from a variety of inspired ideas, mainly from the applied black and white silhouettes presented in many aspects.

Scott is the rare designer capable of being sexually immaculate – this collection, so sexy for both men and women, conveying the feeling of the American unbeatable belief that eventually everyone is lucky. . . and there is no shame to hope everyone that tonight is his night.

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