Who would have thought cardboard inspired garments would look good? Well Jeremy Scott proved they do with his creative designs for the Moschino A/W 17 collection. Model Kendall Jenner opened the show wearing a cardboard inspired outfit which fit well with the catwalk runway as it was set out to look like cardboard boxes. “What if you had to build your wardrobe out of cardboard boxes?” Scott said in a recent interview. Some of the cardboard inspired looks had ‘fragile’ and stickers printed on them to give it a realistic cardboard look.
Singers Fergie and Justine Skye were in the front row of the show wearing ready to wear Moschino.
The theme then went onto magazine inspired looks, with garments looking like teared out pieces of magazine pages and collaged together. The show seemed to have a positive message behind it and the message is to recycle. One of the pieces from the show had recycle printed on it.
Other elements of the fashion show included trash chic garments, bubble wrap dresses and a curtain inspired dress which stood out to me the most throughout the whole show. The model who wore the curtain inspired dress was almost performing as she came out onto the catwalk, being overly dramatic as she strut down the runway.
The curtain inspired dress was my favourite garment from the show, Anna Cleveland who wore the dress ripped down the curtain and wore it as part of her garment making a big statement which made the audience applause.
The show from start to finish was imaginative and fun as all the Moschino fashion shows are. Moschino as a brand are always fun and aren’t afraid to take risks with their designs. You can always count on Jeremy to bring out the fun in a show.
You can watch the show on the Moschino website and view the incredible and unique collection for yourself.