Ahead of the Moschino show in Milan this September, which will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the brand and feature the talents of the four stylists Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, Katie Grand, and Lucia Liu comes a dual-season offering that brings together the women’s resort and the men’s spring collections. (Jeremy Scott left the company earlier this year and the executives are currently searching for a new creative director.)
The first look, a white button-down shirt emblazoned with “100% PURE MOSCHINO,” sets the tone: these clothes are like candy, providing a quick fix of fun.
There are gold logo embellishments on fisherman vests and bomber jackets, gold heart charms decorating skirts and hanging from the back of halter tops, and gold heart lockets strategically placed as pierced nipples on tank tops.
The tight palette of white, black, red, yellow, and khaki is contrasted by tailored separates appliquéd with colorful silk scarves.
This interim collection features something for everyone, from beach-ready printed sets and casual full-on denim looks to logo t-shirts worn underneath bolero and flared pant suits.
Dressier options include a black and white striped column dress with a hint of ’90s minimalism and sequin gowns including one with a big red heart and letters reading IN <3 WE TRUST.
Moschino® Mens Spring 2024 Milan @moschino.