Jan 10, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
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Milan: Once again, Jeremy Scott brought the humorous touch to Milan Fashion Week with a fun and irreverent collection that featured Eighties hip-hop-inspired staples and silhouettes, Looney Tunes motifs and a dose of street art. The show started off with a plethora of colourful padded coats, dresses and dungarees, giving streetwear staples a glossy and sexy update. Next came those knits and shirts sporting Looney Tunes characters. The street influence got more intense as the show carried on – models wore covetable patchwork denim items and teddy-bear themed garments styled with heavy chain-lock necklaces. The finale brought an array of evening gowns printed in a playful graffiti pattern – even the handbags looked like cans of spray paint. – Diego Sanchez
Theme: Fun streetwear
Key Items: Padded Sleeping-bag coats / Padded Skirts / Padded dungarees / Teddy hoodies / Graffiti print evening gowns / Bra tops / Looney Tunes sweaters / Looney Tunes baseball tops / Patched denim dungarees / Jersey skirts
Colour: Yellow / Lime green / Yves Klein blue / Orange / Purple / Black / White / Gold / Grey / Brown / Nylon / Quilting
Trims and Materials: Leather / Denim / Jersey / Fur / Silk / Wool
Print and Pattern: Graffiti paint / Abstract camo / Teddy bears / Looney Tunes characters
Footwear and Accessories: Pointy sneakers / Quilted high boots / Printed heeled shoes / Chunky metal chains / Teddy bear backpacks / Quilted bags
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