Dressmaking references at Moschino Pre-Fall 2015

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American designer Jeremy Scott likes to poke fun at fashion’s more po-faced practitioners, and, while his latest collection for the Italian brand avoided any shock tactics, it continued to mine a rich seam (excuse the pun) of self-referential motifs, both for Moschino and the wider industry.

Opening pieces included dresses and tailoring with design mannequin measurements, pattern cut lines and other tailoring marks all in black and white, which were joined by iron and fabric care label prints. 

A coathanger motif on a cocktail dress was also picked up in a quirky matching handbag, and served up with dry-cleaning receipt outfits, and a series of bright yellow measuring tape-inspired looks. 

This season the obligatory ironic slogan dresses came in sequins, and matched the rest of the collection’s interest in all things 1960s. The retro-decadence continued with fur and felted wool coats, before veering into the 1980s with some colorful print bombers and quilted leather looks. 

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