Consumer Culture – Trend Alert
By Hannah Watkins

Manipulated icons from junk food brands are abundant as designers reference mass culture in their collections.

Apr 09, 2014
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Manipulated icons from junk food brands are abundant as designers reference mass culture in their collections.

Jeremy Scott showcased a McDonald’s-inspired F/W 14 collection for Moschino, reconfiguring the iconic golden arches to evoke the label’s own heart design. Meanwhile, Karl Lagerfeld turned his attention to consumer culture in his supermarket-themed collection for Chanel, as models donned clutches resembling egg boxes and vacuum-packed meat.

Moschino

Ashish

 

Lazy Oaf

Petals and Peacocks

Ashish

Lazy Oaf

View our Consumer Culture trend alert here and look out for our upcoming fast food original graphics.


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