Moschino is all about Fun! Fun! Fun! Oh, Did We Mention Fun?

“For Jeremy Scott, anything is possible. Formal gowns can be covered with graffiti, the hoodie can be a skirt, men’s underwear can be women’s tank tops and Daffy Duck can wear a mohawk” commented Wall Street Journal on Moschino’s latest extravaganza. For many, the 90s burst onto the Moschino catwalk with quilted silhouettes, effigy jumpers of the Looney Tunes and basket-ball t-shirts transformed into dresses whilst the bigger than life boombox set the tone of the streetwear fashion straight from the New York street.


Moschino’s creative director Jeremy Scott can always be relied on to bring the fun factor and his Fall 2015 Looney Tunes inspired collection might prove the most favored among those in the know. Opting for a colorful and energetic style trouble maker Jeremy Scott, for whom fashion must, above all, be a playground wants his girls dressed in full-length graffiti print ball gowns and slouchy long-line sweatshirts featuring Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny and the rest.


A devotee to the looniest fashion of all — in just over a year at the Italian label, Jeremy Scott has already referenced SpongeBob, McDonald’s, Barbie and Budweiser — , it comes as no surprise that he brought the actual “Looney Tunes” parade on the catwalk. Moschino’s Jeremy Scott wacky collection brought to Milan Fashion Week a big, bright smile and the the most unlikely fashion reference of the season so far. Until SS16, that’s all folks!

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Photo via Timur Emek, Vogue Paris