Moschino

Spring-Summer 2015 - Jeremy Scott revealed a colourful spring/summer range that was draped in bold prints and patterns. He revisited the popular nineties trend with the shirt tied around the waist. The collection was greatly inspired by pop art, as there were several garments with imagery. Some outfits and accessories were decorated in multicolored soda can prints that created a harmonious feeling. Smiley faces in the colour of national flags were patterned on hooded parkas, swimming costumes, backpacks and shoes, which gave a sense of cheerfulness. Beside smiley faces and soda can prints there were dollar signs displayed on black shoes and clothes, which screamed out that this was a lavish affair.Scott personalized Louis Vuitton’s signature patterns in his collection by changing LV with an M, which made the show even more remarkable.

Thuvika Ganesh

Written by Thuvika Ganesh

An aspiring journalist who is devoted to fashion and believes that fashion is not just about that Little Black Dress, but the society that we live in, as Coco Chanel once said, "Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only." A second year Journalism student at University of the Arts London.


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