This season, the Moschino Spring 2016 collection took on a fun theme as Jeremy Scott turned the catwalk into a construction site framed with functioning side and drop down car wash scrubbers.

The models appeared wearing skirt suits crafted from dayglo safety vest material topped off with reflective trim. They sported silk dresses printed in the black and yellow barricade tape stripes or adorned in street sign motifs with clever plays on traditional warning messages like “caution couture ahead,” “shop,” or “clothed for repairs.” They were also given outerwear that mimicked the mesh look of retaining wall netting. Scott’s take on appropriate accessories was handbags consisted of orange traffic cones, street signs, or a riff on a traditional metal lunchbox. They also got hardhats with lace veils, tool belts, and reflective tape pumps.

The ladies returned to the catwalk again to run the gauntlet of spinning scrubbers that pushed in on the runway in eveningwear ensembles. Models strutted in their delightfully tiered fringed designs, feather explosion dresses, and sequined gowns made to look like pop art detergent packaging.

Go backstage and watch as the fun unfolds at the Moschino Spring 2016 runway show.