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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by aracic, Feb 20, 2020.
I happened to catch this live on YouTube by accident so I stayed for the show. Got very psyched about the whole rococo theme going on. It's your classic cheap Moschino, which I've actually learned to respect thanks to Meisel's campaigns. I appreciate the fun he brings to dull fashion weeks season after season. It's most usually pretty cheap and borderline carnival costumes, but it's fun and it's different and there's always a story going on.
What bothered me about this collection is the models' incompetence to carry off the pieces. Almost every model who wore the pannier skirt looked as if they were struggling to figure out what to do with their hands. There were some individuals who sold it, but most of them flatlined until Joan took the stage. She looked absolutely fierce and I gagged when she took a moment to pose at the edge of the stage! Fabulous, I actually expected Gigi who was right behind to do the same, but she just kept on walking which was a major disappointment.
This show needed some drama which would completely elevate the collection, but unfortunately it fell flat. I wish every model played around with their outfit (enjoyed Yasmin's little mirror gimmick) and took a moment to pose at the end, as they did back when fashion was still cool. But I guess my expectations can be a little too high, it's Moschino after all. And it's 2020! I mean, who has time to strike a pose?!
Also hated those pearl belts that spell out Moschino. The quality seemed awful as most of the letters got distorted and out of place, it seemed so messy and unprofessional. Although, I can already see those same belts in Vogue Paris' through out the fall season, they'd fit right in with the Miss Vogue section.
Also felt pretty awkward when that last model took a turn and her train fell off the stage, dragging itself through the audience in the front row for good 20 seconds before someone threw it back up on the stage.
Chanel did those logo belts for S/S 2019 already!
Fun to watch as a show. Pure show business instead of clothes business!
PS. I think Vivienne Westwood must be touching herself while watching this collection.
Let them wear cake.
A fun show as always!
Granted, I'd never wear any of it, but I appreciate seeing a collection these days that doesn't look like it was designed at gunpoint.
Nice to see some new faces in the casting, however he can't fail to pick his regulars. Interesting how he's the only one who has Charlotte Free for shows season after season, but only in shows... never on a campaign. The whole collection is pretty much her aesthetic vibe, her by Meisel with some of these newbies would be interesting for this concept.
You get what you get with Jeremy, but I, personally, find this particular collection inexcusably bad.
Awwww, I’m so glad that finally -and after all the years of struggling- Betsey Johnson got a big budget for her show.
Go, Betsey, go!
haha, i like the coherent marie antoinette concept all the way through. fun to watch what she did NOT apparently say ("let them eat cake") translated for the millennial set.
Get the guillotine sharpened for this tacky mess...