Moschino Spring/Summer 2014 RTW – Milan Fashion Week
Moschino spring/summer 2014 collection or a glamorous and amusing earthquake at Milan Fashion Week! Call it a fabulous celebration of the 30th anniversary of Moschino, or a collage of all-time best hits, or just a nostalgia of old and new put together, but this runway show was something words almost fail to describe. You’re interested in who was the first to present the brand’s first collection 30 years ago? Well, you have the chance to see them walking on the runway so energetic and strikingly young that no wonders are left: the old times are back with Moschino! Is that a time machine or what? Thus Pat Cleveland was the first to make this machine work, further followed by others.
There were teddy-bear-made headwear and huge Moschino paper bag turned into a piece of clothing, ball gown out of a bin bag, cowboy hats and cowboy fringe motives, and so on. Coming to the Moschino spring/summer 2014 collection itself, we find extremely wide frames of designs and themes, picked up from different previously created collections, still given a contemporary twist in looks.
One of the most amazing and funny ideas of the Moschino spring/summer 2014 collection was the contradiction of good and bad girls, coming out side by side and looking like the dark and white angles of heaven. However, the designs according to which the concept was put to life were more than extravagant and creative. You might ask for sisters of mercy coming for the white side? We definitely say yes, they are there wearing knee-length skirts! Rabbit ears as headwear? Oh, please, there you are! Maybe maids? Moschino has them, too! A naughty devil wearing a peaked cap resembling headwear? Surely right you are!
Nevertheless, the ideas do not stop expanding here. Further, they grow into truly wonderful and cute cocktail and knee length dresses, having trendy floral prints of red shades on them and created within powerfully beautiful and feminine designs, including ruffled elements as well. Talking about the garments, the accessories at times reading the words “Good girl” and “Bad girl” or just carrying the brand logo were irreplaceable for the line. Milan will remember this show for quite a long time.
Who said fashion can’t be created on the background of humor and fun? We have the realized proof of that being absolutely possible and real thanks to the Moschino spring/summer 2014 collection.
Photos courtesy of Vogue