Jeremy Scott presented Moschino Menswear Fall 2017 and Pre-Fall womenswear during Milan Men’s Fashion Week

After London, Florence and Los Angeles Moschino came back to its hometown for the first time since Jeremy Scott was appointed as creative director of the Italian brand. The royal baroque Palazzo Litta in the centre of Milan was the setting of the last collection presented during Milan Men’s Fashion Week. It was totally transformed for the occasion into a visionary and post-apocalyptic area, the result of a hurricane or, more likely, a war and there was something clinical in it. Something infected in the disordered and wobbly light and video installations. Everything spiced up with the ironical touch of the brand.

As anticipated, Jeremy Scott presented his menswear proposals for the next Fall – Winter plus womenswear Pre-Fall and he played with masculinity and femininity on a battlefield where the two genders fight side by side against a futuristic and common enemy.

They wear heavy combat boots, multicolour floral army uniforms, camo and in denim. Pinned and stunned military berets. Gold ornaments on black gowns, wide-skirt dresses with built-in harnesses for the womenswear.

There was energy and a combative fire in the collection and in the designer’s mind so that the lightness of the brand we use to know was substituted with a deeper content.

Matteo Bengala

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