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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by vogue28, Sep 19, 2019.
This is surely Jeremy’s best collection at the helm of Moschino and maybe the best collection of his career!
Everything is just right. It’s literal done well...A cute and funny hommage to YSL but also real strong pieces.
I wouldn’t wear any of it but this is the type of collection I would love to see on the Redcarpet!
I can’t believe i’m so excited about a JS collection. He delivered.
This is so good! Full of joy and fantasy. And I love those little nods to YSL.
Really fun, and dare I say quite a clever collection (especially coming from Jeremy Scott). This is the first time in a while I feel like a collection makes me want to see editorials inspired by it. There's a lot going on, but for me most importantly, it's a really Moschino-esque collection through and through.
The same here: a very funny parody of YSL art-inspired collections. Even though is not my style, the theme selected is very well developed here.
I finally learned to love Moschino, and this is a very fun collection (in the sea of pretentious boring cr*p). I am very excited to see Meisel's interpretation of this for the official campaign. He's got an excellent opportunity for a brilliant campaign - hopefully something more interesting than Spring 2019, cause that was a missed chance (although pretty, but boring).
I might be in the minority here, but this is a bit exhausting. Yes, it looks somewhat fun, but is it actually fun to wear ? It looks so clunky to me. Perhaps there's an extremely daring, yet fashionable woman that could wear this in such a way that makes me change my mind.
It had all of the makings to be stellar from the influences and inspirations alone, but it feels as flat as some of those sleeves.
Thought the same thing.
It’s interesting to see where he takes all his visual puns and gags now that the logo/streetwear thing is petering out.
I hope Meisel gives us a Picasso cubist fever dream for the campaign.
Wow quite surprise by this collection, I like it. Really "ready to wear"
My fave look is that one imgbox - fast, simple image host
Very funny collection. I like it.
Looooove this! I was looking forward to Moschino, Jeremy puts on a fun show that is so welcomed in a sea of lifeless clothes that look all the same. And this was not only fun but also clever! I'm so curious to see celebs wearing these pieces on red carpets and I'm so curious to see Meisel's ideas for the campaign.
I honestly just respect the fact that Jeremy is being himself here - sometimes even making fun of himself and how people see him.
oh and ROSALÍA playing at the background! It made me cry, I got emotional really! Very beautiful collection indeed! Not sure about his GREATEST collection ever though...
The theme was perfectly chosen and masterfully realized, the trompe l'oeil is a big part of Moschino and here is being used to full effect, all those stiff sleeves perfectly manage the trick of flattening the body, it's also worth commenting on how the clothes seem to have an atmosphere of their own, the drawn on embroidery is amazing. The construction of some looks is deceptively simple, with fascinating details throughout.
Better than some last season's couture collections. The concept, the execution, the details... Perfect. Thanks JS for make your fans (and im one of them lol) proud.
I like the late 80s/very early 90s vibe of this , all that is missing are the models smiling