Artistic Director: Jeremy ScottInspiration: A décor recreating a game show universe, with a series of objects presented and prizes to be won like a television screen, a sports car and a lawnmower.Collection: The designer took inspiration from America in the 80s and the consumerism and glamour of that period with sculptured sheath dresses embroidered with sequins and super short outfits printed with dollars. It’s shiny, flashy, joyful and festive. Product packaging is seen on skin-tight and sexy outfits. Humour as always, at the heart of Moschino with embezzlements of objects such as champagne bottle and hair dryer bags. Models sport voluminous hairdos and wear stilettos adding a sex appeal to their silhouette. An urban spirit is expressed through denim outfits decorated with sequins, and sweatshirts printed with fun patterns.Note: A finale with gold rain and a delighted Jeremy Scott after having won the Ferrari!Interview with Jeremy Scott:I was thinking about American game shows, I was thinking about them in the 80s and as kind of very glamorous over the top kind of feeling of the show being with these beautiful women and very beautiful blonde big hairdos, with bedazzles and sparkly couture gowns with these house hold appliances that they’re kind of, you know, gesturing to that you might win a brand new washer and dryer set or a brand new car if you’re the big winner, and I just wanted to play with that.Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
Moschino - Women's Autumn/Winter 2019/20 Show in Milan (with interview)
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