Creative Director: Jeremy ScottLocation: The Cinecitta Studios in Rome. The staging was composed of Roman ruins, referencing the famous Baths of Caracalla which were transformed into a disco similar to in Fellini’s film, Dolce Vita.Inspiration: Jeremy Scott took inspiration from cinema and especially Federico Fellini’s films, whilst incorporating a touch of humour and opulence.Collection: Autumn/Winter 2019/20 Pre-Collection for Women and Ready-to-Wear Autumn/Winter 2018/19 for Men.Tweed coats and suits are embroidered with Latin letters and roman figures, with the addition of colourful satin ribbon draping from shoulders to waists.Couture-like dresses, with frills, big sleeves and trains or pearl fringes add sensuality. Men’s suits are adorned with pearls.Jeremy Scott adds an urban touch through revisited tracksuits worn with a golden breast plate over the top, and a military-like style is seen through parkas.Note: Nadja Auermann closing the show + XXL wigs, white-painted faces, jewellery which becomes ornaments: nothing is left to chance, everything is exaggerated.Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
Moschino shows in Rome to present their Men’s collection and their Women’s Pre-Collection.
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