Tag Archives: moschino

Menswear Switches Up for January 2017

Jeremy Scott Gets Own Moschino Barbie

Jeremy Scott Gets Own Moschino Barbie Doll

Moschino Spring/Summer 2017: Runway Looks

Under the care of Jeremy Scott, Moschino presented a collection at Milan Fashion Week with models in paper like dresses sent down the runway. The designer reinvented iconic Moschino looks into two-dimensional designs which fans of the brand were able to shop almost as soon as the show ended.

To find out more about the show and to see the runway looks, visit L’Officiel Singapore.

Moschino Resort 2017 & Spring Menswear Unveiled

Two is better than one they say, so when Jeremy Scott unveiled two collections for Moschino, we felt like we were in fashion heaven. True to the Italian brand’s flamboyant nature, the collections for its Spring Menswear 2017 and Resort Womenswear 2017 were anything but subtle.Moschino-resort-2017-womenswear

Scott opened up his home in Los Angeles for the show, which was held in his backyard. Heavily inspired by the psychedelic ‘60s, both collections featured bold colors, floral prints and tie-dyes alongside crochet work. For the women’s resort collection, the designer opted for flared pants, frock coats, bustier tops, cropped half-sleeved bombers and maxi dresses as well as pants suits.Moschino-Spring-2017-menswear

The gentlemen, on the other hand, got precision-fit tailoring in the form of embroidered and embellished tuxedo jackets with tails. Not to mention lace double-breasted suits, alongside hyper-biker jackets and jeans, crochet hoodies and flower-power cycling shorts.

It was evident in the hand-applied Shisha-inspired mirror adornments, holographic floral appliqués, fine-gauge fringed knits and troupe l’oeil mythical prints all over the catwalk that the devil was in the details. Flashes of black lace, crochet and embellished leathers created a ‘pop gothic’ vibe perfectly suited to LA.

Moschino Milan Flagship is Pop Art Dream

Knowing designer Jeremy Scott’s track record with designs both irreverent and ironic, is it any surprise that Moschino’s new Milan flagship would look like something out of a contemporary art exhibition? This new flagship store is a 700 square meter space spread over two stories, and will bring together Moschino and Boutique Moschino collections. One floor will be dedicated to their Couture line – but also featured is the brand’s ready-to-wear, accessories, textiles, beach wear, jewelry and fragrances, as well as menswear and a ‘Baby Kid & Teen’ selection.

01 Moschino


As per the art gallery-esque style, the dominant hue of the Moschino flagship is white. Oversized installations of Moschino products are strewn throughout – shoes, suits, and their iconic teddy bear. Shopping bags are transformed into oversized shelving units that contain signature accessories while the fitting room itself is a giant white Moschino biker bag with a zipper opening for an entrance. The look draws similar cues from their New York store, which has the same oversized objects.



This opening marks Scott’s third sales point in the Italian fashion capital, joining the Moschino store which opened last year in Porta Nuova and the Love Moschino store on Corso Venezia. It is wild, stylish, and eccentric – and it is everything we’ve come to love and expect from them.



Moschino TOY campaign

Moschino Shifts to Los Angeles for Spring

When you’ve got one of fashion’s most provocative brands helmed creatively by one of fashion’s most colorfully rebellious designers – an enfant terrible even – what you get is a fashion house whose antics and steps make for excellent entertainment. Moschino will bring its Men’s Spring/Summer 2017 and Women’s Resort 2017 shows to Los Angeles with the brand’s creative director Jeremy Scott playing host for the first time. The show is scheduled for June 10 at L.A. Live and is part of the West Coast debut of MADE Los Angeles, supported by WME/IMG. It features presentations, live music, parties, fashion shows and a fashion bazaar.

“When WME | IMG and MADE let me know they were brewing up an idea to do something in LA, it took me no time at all to say ‘YES!'” Scott noted, adding that moving the show to where he lived had been an idea for a while.

Also on the lineup for MADE is Golf Wang, the fashion line of the outrageous rapper Tyler the Creator. With these two brands coming together, you can expect the Los Angeles runway to be blessed with its fair share of loudness and irony when the month of June comes calling.

Katy Perry Moschino

Katy Perry has gone naked for Moschino

Katy Perry Moschino

Katy Perry was named last week as the new face of , and today she has revealed the gorgeous campaign pictures.

Styled by Moschino’s creative director Jeremy Scott, the campaign sees Perry modeling the collection’s bold new pieces, from graffiti-style bomber jackets to fringed knee-high boots.

Katy Perry Moschino Campaign

Primary colors feature heavily, with a blue floor-length puffa jacket taking center stage in one photograph, offset by clashing yellow leggings.

Purple and orange are also paired together in one image, with texture added by details such as quilting.

Katy Perry for Moschino

A grungier image sees her sporting denim cut-offs, a baseball cap and a matching monochrome hip-hop style bag and jacket, while the house shows off its eveningwear in a picture featuring Perry leaning up against a brick wall in a strapless ball gown and elbow-length gloves. A final snap showcases the singer’s killer body as she poses completely nude, covering up using a black fur coat adorned with the house’s signature vibrant motifs. Accessories, where present, are kept bold and chunky throughout.

Katy Perry Gets Nude For Moschino Ad

Shot in Brooklyn by fashion photography duo Inez and Vinoodh, the campaign perfectly nails the youthful cool vibe the brand enjoyed in the early 1990s and has been recently reviving.

Katy Perry New Moschino Campaign

Perry posted the snaps to her Instagram account, causing an immediate flurry of activity, with some of the photos receiving over 500,000 likes.

Jeremy Scott

Moschino named guest brand at Pitti Uomo trade show

Jeremy Scott

Moschino has been named the guest brand at the upcoming Pitti Uomo men’s international trade show in Florence from June 16 to 19.

Creative director Jeremy Scott, who has presented two men’s collections in London, will be making his men’s wear debut in Italy with a runway show during the Tuscan city’s fair.


This year’s Pitti trade show wil also see the first exhibition dedicated to the work and style of Italian fashion icon Nino Cerruti and a runway show by British designer Thomas Tait as women’s guest designer, says WWD.

Carlo Brandelli, creative director of British tailoring brand Kilgour, will also introduce a new fashion project at Pitti Uomo.


Shop the Moschino “Ready-to-Bear” collection


All the goodies from Jeremy Scott’s bear-tastic mini apparel and accessories range for luxury label Moschino are available to buy online.

Moschino fans can now purchase aptly named “Ready-To-Bear” essentials hot off the runway. These include a long sleeved sweater (346 euros), mini skirt (265 euros), leather duffel bag (621 euros) and iPhone cases (48 euros) – all hot off the Fall 2015 runway.

Discover the show reel and shop the collection.

Ready-To-Bear moschino

British label Burberry is a master in the art of the “hot off the runway” service. The brand has taken the concept a step further by enabling customers to pre-order personalized versions of runway looks.

Moschino Toy fragrance

Moschino launching new unisex fragrance Toy

Moschino Toy fragrance

 has unveiled a fun unisex scent, named Moschino Toy, that is available exclusively in-store at Harrods and online via Moschino.

Unveiled on the brand’s Instagram account, the fragrance is presented in a bottle hidden inside a teddy bear, which is in turn wearing a slogan t-shirt saying “This is not a Moschino Toy.”

So far so meta, but it gets cooler: the spray is located by removing the bear’s head, and the whole shebang is packaged in a classic plastic-fronted toy box à la Barbie replete with ‘try-me’ and ‘touch-me’ logos.


Moschino TOY campaign

The scent has also appeared for sale on the Moschino site priced at €98 for a 50ml bottle/bear, and Jeremy Scott will be in London this Thursday at the famous Brompton Road store to celebrate the launch.

There’s also a campaign (pictured above and below) starring Isabeli Fontana and shot by Steven Meisel.

Moschino TOY ad campaign

Moschino FW14

Steven Meisel shoots Linda Evangelista for Moschino

Moschino FW14

The Italian fashion brand picked legendary supermodel Linda Evangelista as the face of its Fall-Winter 2014 campaign.

The Canadian model, who is looking fabulous at 49, was shot by star photographer Steven Meisel for the images.

The black and white image shows her wearing pieces from the brand’s Fall-Winter 2014 collection with its kitsch-twist on fast-food imagery.

“People always ask who my favorite photographer is and that would be Cindy Sherman but my favorite artist is Steven Meisel,” Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott explained regarding his choice of Meisel, who has recently lensed campaigns for Prada and Louis Vuitton.

Linda Evangelista for Moschino

Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott named Moschino creative director

Jeremy Scott

Moschino has announced Jeremy Scott as its new creative director. Scott takes over from Rosella Jardini, creative director since 1994, who succeeded the brand’s founder Franco Moschino.

Born in Missouri, USA, Jeremy Scott trained in fashion design at the Pratt Institute in New York City, before moving to Paris where he launched his namesake brand.

Returning to the US in 2002, Scott relocated his label to Los Angeles, where he has worked with sportswear company Adidas on the cult ‘Jeremy Scott for Adidas Originals’ line. The designer will have his Milan runway debut with the upcoming Fall-Winter 2014 show in February 2014.

The brand also thanked the outgoing Rossella Jardini for her 19 years with the company: “her creativity and tenacity drove the brand on and Rossella Jardini will always remain a crucial part of our history.”

men undies milan show

Milan readies for men’s fashion fest

men undies milan show

Milan is preparing to host its annual men’s fashion show on Saturday, billed as the biggest in the world.

Thirty-six brands including Dolce&Gabbana, Giorgio Armani and Prada are set to take to the catwalks for the four-day fashion festival.

The autumn-winter collection show kicks off on Saturday with top brands including Ermenegildo Zegna, Dolce&Gabbana, Jil Sander and Roberto Cavalli.
Continue reading

Moschino Store Window: Love is Free

The Italian fashion design house has set up the Moschino ‘Love is Free’ ATM window display in their Meatpacking district location.

The mannequin, sporting a Moschino dress from the Spring/Summer 2010 collection, waits for love, but gets money instead.

The machine continuously dispenses cash, to the point that the “woman” is literally getting buried under a pile of money while the ATM says, “love is free”.
Continue reading

Dita von Teese designs eyemask for Moschino

Dita Von Teese knows the benefit of a good night’s sleep: she has designed a pink silk-satin sleep eye mask in collaboration with Moschino.

The eye mask is pink silk-satin with a spotted lace overlay with “trompe l’oeil” eyelash detailing.

It is embellished with ‘Dita for Moschino’ in rhinestones and comes in an attractive matching case.
Continue reading