Moschino Man Autumn-Winter 2016-17 – Jeremy Scott’s rendition of AW16 was reminiscent of a heavily animated cartoon network ad. Lucky Blue Smith opened in a fuchsia suit, over a cerulean shirt, accesorised with bright yellow sunglasses, shoes and a tie, which all had an almost hand-drawn quality to them. The suits came in purple, red and yellow, forging the uniform of a next generation comic villains.

The overcoats, bombers and bikers that followed, also came in primary colours, shaded and etched with graphic precision to create a sartorial 3D extravaganza, intensely resembling the work of a certain Roy Lichtenstein.

The world knows much about Scott’s flirtation with pop-culture and art to create pieces that never fail to generate immense buzz, it appeared that in his world of technicolor, there were understated coats and smart, bright knits to balance the wardrobes of 70’s neon rave aficionados.

Moschino Man Autumn-Winter 2016-17



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Written by Joanna Uzunova

A freelance fashion and lifestyle columnist, passionate about words and substance. Joanna is also the founder of a Bespoke Personal Styling Consultancy company, through which she exerts her affinity for cultivating personal style.

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