Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
Milan…Newspaper print was the major theme for the S/S 10 collection by Moschino, with papers covering the runway floors and walls as well as woven shirts, knits and suiting. Apparently wanting to spread the “good news” about the near future, the collection continued its very salable yet directional point of view from the last two seasons. Abstract ink spots also covered the clothing in unexpected but very refreshing ways. The ’50s barbershop feel came from slicked back hair (the show invitation contained a plastic comb, after all) and large plastic glasses, carrying through with cropped seersucker suits, knit ties and tailored vests with navy and red backings. Vibrantly colored plaids appeared in the form of full-on suits as well as a trend-right patchwork woven shirt. A final group of floral-printed clothing injected a sense of romanticism and innocence into the rock and rebel theme.
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