Behind the Seams: Moschino’s Magical Show

Fashion should never be taken too seriously, and Jeremy Scott, the Creative Director of Moschino, knows how to combine humor with couture better than anyone else. Earlier this week, I attended Moschino’s fashion show at Milk Studios in West Hollywood, and Scott’s creations were nothing short of magical. Jeremy Scott serves as a major source of inspiration for me, and I consider him to be the most innovative person in the fashion industry. Each of his pieces are created with whimsy and passion, and his creative vision is very distinct. If you haven’t seen the documentary titled “Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer,” it’s an absolute must-see. Released in 2015, the film focuses on Scott’s journey from a small town in Missouri to the runways of Milan. Although not every item designed by Moschino is necessarily practical, who doesn’t love seeing a giant 3D phone case that looks like a teddy bear? That was one of my favorite accessories from last season’s collection.

This season, however, focused on Vegas-themed pieces, and models on the runway wore everything from showgirl bustiers to suits embellished with red flames. One of my favorite looks was a women’s light purple pant suit that was embellished with silver sequins. I loved how this design mixed professionalism with whimsy.  The interior decor complemented the models’ outfits perfectly, and the runway was filled with neon signs and flickering lights, reminiscent of the Vegas strip.  Some of the models who walked the runway were Miranda Kerr, Presley Gerber, Stella Maxwell, Romee Strijd, and Hailey Baldwin.

My friend Weezie, who I’ve known since I was 3 years old, flew down from San Francisco to come to the show with me on Wednesday night. We had such a fun time, and if you want to see more of our experience, be sure to check out the images below, as well as this video I posted on my Instagram account. XO

Weezie and I both wore embellished jackets to the show. The photo above was taken after the show on the runway.

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