Autumn in color
Moschino, who has always been accustomed to an ironic and fun style, offers a multicolored collection this autumn. A selection of pieces to let you stand out.
British street style, cartoon prints, fluorescent colors, constant calls to the ’90s have always been the elements that make Moschino unmistakable on the fashion scene. For this season, the colors are even more saturated, vivid and strong, as opposed to the usual clean lines and more defined shapes. The jackets are large, with fluorescent prints on autumnal and cold tones, such as grass green, electric blue and black. Clothes are of impact, knee-length, tighter, with floral prints even in the evening. Black, white, colored lines and technicolor make for unseen and original choices for autumn 2017.
There is more than just pure colors for Moschino though. Jeremy Scott at the helm of the Milan house has drawn inspiration from Gilbert & George’s art to create two-dimensional images on suits and suits.
British visual artists Gilbert & George have been working on a bustling cultural scene since the late 1960s, creating pieces that are intended as art for everyone. Theirs is a strong and visionary art that is rooted in reality and imbued with politics, religion and sex.
Gilbert & George share with Moschino slogans and a provocative nature, making for a visual connection but also producing an emotional feeling. Jeremy Scott looked at the artists’ archives with a whole new idea of bourgeois anti-conventionalism, with very original results. Bomber jackets and men’s suits with floral prints were inspired by the painted walls of the Tate Gallery. Jacquards depict famous works and wool coats become abstract pictures on canvas. The red line is a punk explosion to testify to gender crossover, a topic that isn’t new these days, but comes with completely new and stimulating artistic ideas. To sum it up, “The world should be a single art gallery”.