For Moschino’s RTW Spring 2016 collection, designer Jeremy Scott sought inspiration from cars, in different iterations. Including street caution signage, safeguard construction materials, the road, leading to a carwash, Scott managed to create a collection full of tasteful kitsch, as always.
Street caution signage was present in yellow + black tape, from a large bow sash across a tight fitting black dress to strappy high heeled sandals. A metal fence was present, as a print on a grey dress, pulled together by an orange + white bow sash.
Fluorescent greens + oranges were sprinkled throughout the collection. The orange with reflective material was an obvious nod to construction cones. At times however, orange + green were present as bands of color on a lace coat.
Of course, the most clever of them all were the car wash pieces, like the skirt + tall hat, that look very much like the brushes that clean the cars, paired with a silver corset. This car wash brush piece, made another appearance as a beautiful stole for a halter fish tail dress, emblazoned with retro car wash signage, complete with bubble illustrations. But no Moschino collection would be complete without amazing accessories, such as a construction hat with black netting, a DO NOT ENTER bag + even an inverted orange + white cone purse.
As usual, this Moschino RTW Spring 2016 collection once again, proved to be a great success.
(pictures: Yannis Vlamos)
(via VOGUE RUNWAY)