Moschino Fall/Winter 2016

by Paige Reddinger
Moschino Milan RTW Fall Winter 2016 February 2016

Moschino Milan RTW Fall Winter 2016 February 2016

Holy smoke show! Jeremy Scott’s runway for Moschino was on fire this season…literally. Models, like Anna Cleveland, walked the runway in tattered gowns made of singed fabric. With a swish of the hips an actual cloud of smoke was emitted from the dresses thanks to portable smoke machines. There were Budweiser and Marlboro packaging fashioned into accessories, both rebranded as Moschino—the latter replaced the “Smoking Kills” requisite warning with “Fashion Kills.” The show was called “Burnout,” after all, a common theme in fashion this past year.

We’re not sure anyone (other than an entertainer) will be wearing the giant burnt red gown worn by Molly Blair at the close of the show or a giant chandelier dress made of 80,000 Swarovski crystals, but there were definitely some hot looks that could work for real life. A black leather dress cum floor-sweeping evening gown with scarlet satin lining? Sizzling. Leather biker pants adorned with silver belt buckles at the waist? Killer. A burnt black crop-top tuxedo with a tilted Stephen Jones hat? Scorching. Moschino’s badass biker babes were bringing the heat.

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