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In a ravishing room in Florence, Italy, Moschino presented a unique Spring/Summer 2016 menswear collection, designed by the eccentric mind of Jeremy Scott.
The casual looks of the collection contain pieces with a sportswear feel that remind us of motocross champions. Comfortable jackets and trousers in bright colors and logo patches are accessorized with long chains and earrings, giving a rocker element to the appearances, along with paneled sneakers and oversized lacquer bags. Oversized crowns hugely decorated by rhinestones pull the theatrics on the runway.
Costumes in luxurious fabrics make the second part of the collection. They certainly remind us of the luxurious 18th century aesthetics, but with a very modern Pop approach. Lace and ruffles adorn elaborate shirts and golden thread details create ostentatious jackets. Baroque motifs and flowers are printed on the cycling, pop-colorful shorts. Special hairdos with locks and pretty white faces with bold lips emphasize the Baroque theme.
A collection in which we can clearly discern elements that characterize the Moschino spirit, joined by Jeremy Scott's irreverence.