Moschino play on Picasso at Milan fashion week

Written by on February 23, 2020

Jeremy Scott’s notes for the Moschino show at Milan fashion week were brief and to the point with a quote from the designer: “Muses inspire artists and artists inspire the world.”
That statement may be general, but there is a specific artist he had in mind with each look that graced the runway: Picasso.
Abstract designs were aplenty on everything from sharp menswear blazers (the opening look), giant sleeved tops and dresses and even model’s hair.
Scott is never afraid to take a theme too far, and this collection was no exception, with models strutting down the runway in framed paintings and dresses shaped like guitars.
Bella Hadid showed up in a blue and pink Harlequin onesie straight out of one of Picasso’s paintings. To celebrate the late Spanish artist’s heritage, there were also matador ensembles and flamingo polka-dot dresses.
As usual, Scott kept the accessories especially campy and had models carrying purses in a framed painting, a painter’s palette and even paint bucket shape.

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