Moschino celebrates Las Vegas with bright lights and playful pieces.

June 13, 2017

Jeremy Scott presented the Moschino Resort 2018 Collection and the Men’s Spring 2018 Collection at the MILK Studios in Los Angeles. Packed with celebrities including Fergie, Ashley Graham, Dita Von Teese, Cameron Dallas, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Jonas, Tracee Ellis Ross, Charli XCX, they enjoyed the show from the front row.

For this colorful collection, the designer took everyone on a road trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. He got inspired by some of the most iconic characters in America. Pin up girls such as Bettie Page, Betty Boop, Betty Grable, influencers such as Marilyn Monroe and cartoon stars such as Sponge Bob and Olive Oyl were just a part of the characters that he included in this playful collection.

“I was thinking hot rods and dusty roads from L.A. to Las Vegas and that Route 66 life, like the boneyards with all the old neon signs and pin-up girls and Playboy bunnies and these archetypes of Americana. I’m feeling a little nostalgic about America. Is our America being lost by some psychopath?”- he said.

The collection featured transparent pieces, most of them in soft colors with appliques of Scott’s muses all over them. A little sparkle was included in his creations with sequins on bodysuits, cowboy-style crop tops, dresses and women’s and men’s suit embellished with rhinestones.

The denim part of the collection features beautiful pieces made of patched denim and flower motives. The skirts, tops, and jumpsuits were sophisticated and definitely something that you can wear every day. There are also a lot of countryside and cowboy elements. From studded cowboy boots and hats to unique studded and patched denim jeans, they complete the successful journey from L.A to Vegas on Route 66.

Go backstage and discover the charm of Las Vegas with Moschino’s Resort 2018 collection.


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