Apr 26, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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Milan: Last Spring, Moschino’s designer, Rossella Jardini, presented a literal interpretation of the American cowboy, right down to the ten-gallon hats and bandana neckties. This year, her cowgirl took a trip to Spain, resulting in a collection that was half matador, half hauté Santa Fe. A cauldron of cropped, embroidered jackets, peasant skirts, fringe and intricate beading; the more effective pieces included little black dresses patterned with sequins and gold thread, as well as A-line frocks with contrast pleating. In a tour-de-force of styling, accessories were used to maximum effect, with bright gold gypsy earrings, cross pendants and lace-up sandals perfectly complimenting these playful but smoldering looks.—Nina Stotler
Silhouette: Slim / A-line / Cropped / Long and lean / Flared
Color: Navy / Gold / White / Sunshine yellow / Black / Poppy / Turquoise / Beige / Dark brown
Key Items: Cropped jackets / A-line dresses / Slim stretch trousers / Long slip dresses / Short shorts / Peasant blouses / Peasant skirts
Materials: Stretch jersey / Satin / Lace / Silk / Cotton
Print + Pattern: Hearts / Graphic florals / Geometric
Details + Trim: Embroidery / Bells / Ruffles / Fringe / Rhinestones / Gathering / Cutouts / Grosgrain trim / Contrast stitching / Contrast piping / Beading
Accessories + Footwear: Pendant necklaces / Gypsy earrings / Neckties / Matador hats / Resin bangles / Gold lace-up sandals / Bead necklaces / Straw tote bags / Evening clutches / Leather satchels / Embellished cat-eye sunglasses / Knotted leather belts / Floral headdresses
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