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MoschinoSpring Summer 2014 Milan

Runway Review
9/21/2013 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

No one got the message stronger that Milan needs a jolt than Moschino -- the iconoclast fashion house that has never shrunk from poking fun at the fashion world.

Moschino staged an extravaganza to mark its own 30th anniversary, energizing Milan Fashion Week on its fourth day Saturday with top models shimmying down the runway as they did in the '80s as part of a tongue-in-cheek runway show presenting opposites and alter-egos.

As a finale, Gloria Gaynor appeared on stage singing her 1983 disco era hit, "I Am What I Am," sending a current of excitement through the normally too-cool-for-school fashion crowd.

In a phrase, as emblazoned on one Moschino creation, "Holy Chic."

It was just the right note for a day on which three newcomers made their Milan womenswear debuts: Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean with Caribbean-inspired looks, German Philipp Plein with a collection bathed in studs and Swarovski, and Greek designer Angelos Bratis' draped goddess dresses.

Source: AP & FWPRESS

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9/21/2013 Ed Kavishe/fashionwirepress.com

No one got the message stronger that Milan needs a jolt than Moschino -- the iconoclast fashion house that has never shrunk from poking fun at the fashion world.

Moschino staged an extravaganza to mark its own 30th anniversary, energizing Milan Fashion Week on its fourth day Saturday with top models shimmying down the runway as they did in the '80s as part of a tongue-in-cheek runway show presenting opposites and alter-egos.

As a finale, Gloria Gaynor appeared on stage singing her 1983 disco era hit, "I Am What I Am," sending a current of excitement through the normally too-cool-for-school fashion crowd.

In a phrase, as emblazoned on one Moschino creation, "Holy Chic."

It was just the right note for a day on which three newcomers made their Milan womenswear debuts: Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean with Caribbean-inspired looks, German Philipp Plein with a collection bathed in studs and Swarovski, and Greek designer Angelos Bratis' draped goddess dresses.

Source: AP & FWPRESS


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