Five Things To Know About: Moschino

Fashion's greatest provocateur...

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Jeremy Scott may be fashion's greatest provocateur.

From sensational to plain silly, from outrageous to out-there, here's the stuff that made us gasp and grin at the MOSCHINO car wash...
 

1) THE SET

An asphalt road-cum-runway lined with road signs and danger tape, complete with working car washes with their rollers spinning and neon signs overhead declaring in bold neon lights, 'Dangerous couture ahead.'  
 

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2) SAFETY SUITS

The inimitable Moschino skirt suits (that riff on Chanel’s) came in neon yellow and high-vis orange with polite chain-strapped bags, sling-back heels and the occasional pussy bows. One black satin t-shirt dress blared, 'Moschino Slippery When Wet,'  and were teamed with over the knee orange beacon striped boots.

 

3) UTILITY MOSCHINO

All the tools you need to pump a tire or change a wheel were dangling off tool belts. How about an extra long bright red toolbox for a bag? Talk about useful. Need a safety helmet? They come in silver. Ear guards? They came in red or yellow leather.

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4) MOSCHINO COUTURE 

Not in the traditional sense. This meant shiny prom dresses with overblown skirts printed with Cadillac headlights. And a car wash dress in yellow and red fringing that looked like, well, the rollers on a car wash. Then came the feathers… Big Bird, eat your heart out.

 

5) JEREMY SCOTT

He took his bow in a black sweatshirt baring intertwined taps — car wash, gedit? — and the words Moschino Milano. And there were bubbles.

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