Moschino’s latest Pre-Fall collection is a mix of pop culture references, bright colors and a little bit of latex. Creative director Jeremey Scott drew inspiration from sixties psychedelics, pop art and two of his favorite films,A Clockwork Orange andBlade Runner. The result is a mix of tailored pieces reimagined in an irreverent and surreal aesthetic, thanks in part to the incorporation of latex into many of the designs.
The collection is full of classic, tailored designs made popular in the 1960s, such as mini skirts, military and trench coats and knee-high boots. But, in true Moschino fashion, the pieces are reimagined in eye-popping bright colors, patterns and latex, giving them a new, playful life for 2022. A few looks used latex as the focal point, including two dresses - a neon mini dress and a high neck dress with side split in classic black latex. But latex was also prominent as an underpinning for most of the men’s suiting looks, which featured latex turtlenecks in both black and neon as an accent to the printed, brightly colored suits. We also love Moschino’s inclusion of accessories, including latex belts, gloves and boots.
Here are a few of our favorite looks:
Photos ℅ WWD
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