Ironic and multi-colored mood Jeremy Scott for Moschino spring-summer
A great show. A show that brings on stage the circus, the biggest show in the world, including film quotations from yesterday and today. It’s the Moschino collection, presented by Jeremy Scott at the Equestrian Center in Los Angeles.
From the great, unforgettable film by Cecil B. DeMille, filmed back in 1952, to the much more recent film by Michael Gracey with Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron. The ideas and suggestions of Moschino seem to us so many and all irresistibly rutilant.
Moschino‘s new men’s and women’s spring-summer 2019 collection comes to the fore.
Not only by citing old and new films, but with a move and unstoppable irony (we know the excitement often delightfully over the lines of Jeremy Scott) it also targets scandals and news of the chaotic and seemingly ungovernable world of today.
Well then there are acrobats, trapeze artists and clowns that, like ineffable acrobats, show off dresses in tulle rippled with a beautiful peony color (with exaggerated and multi-colored daisies), all dressed in lurex brocade, silk georgette dresses with floral appliqués, profiled of small and shining crystals and again (we can not not mention it even if only en passant) micro sequin mirrors that punctuate a long dress up to the ground.
A show in short, to be enjoyed from the first to the last moment, without ever distracting (it would be really unforgivable on our part) the look.