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"MFW: Moschino SS20"

All images here by Alessandro Lucioni c/o

The Moschino show is a mix of culture, shaked, desecrated, honored. Pop art and niche art, sophistication and carefree fun. Besides, who better than Jeremy Scott?

Thus, the Spring Summer 2020 is dedicated to Pablo Picasso, but the cultural references are endless. The Moschino collections, which work on clothing and on the female body, are always the 2D transliteration of aerial ideas - the same that even painters do, putting their material experiences on canvas.

Kaia Gerber played the role of Girl with a Mandoline, while other models were different instruments in a festive, large-scale parade. Moschino's shows are always a party.

The Spanish spirit is also festive, directly connected with the figure of Picasso. Many looks are inspired by this culture: bullfighters and flamenco skirts, bright red and polka dots. The fabrics are treated in detail and Scott stated that all the prints were handmade before being scanned and passed on the clothes. Great mastery and a dip in tradition. Moschino is the king of pop and the mixture of genres, but he has his roots in the deepest culture and we appreciate him above all for the lightness with which he is able to talk about the most complex subjects.

Words by Giulia Greco


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