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MoschinoSpring Summer 2015 Milan

Runway Review
9/18/2014 TeamFWP

In February he brought us fast food fashion and it seems that in his second season at the helm of Moschino, Jeremy Scott hasn't run out of creative ideas.
The creative head, who is famed for making kitsch cool, sent his models down the runway in Milan in Barbie doll inspired dresses to the sound of Aqua's iconic 90s hit, I'm A Barbie Girl.
The show was opened by a doll dressed exactly the same as the plastic one gifted to audience members and each new model followed suit. In short; a collection that screams Rita Ora.

There was business woman Barbie, kitted out in an embellished pink suit, work out Barbie, in a sports luxe tracksuit (in pink, of course) and cowgirl Barbie in glitzy rodeo attire.

Popular model Charlotte Free took on the role of roller-skating Barbie and skated along the catwalk in a bra, tracksuit bottoms, and sweatband, emblazoned with the doll's iconic logo.

Remember last season's sought-after McDonalds fries Iphone holder? In six months time Moschino's new bubblegum pink Disney-style hand mirror that doubles as a phone case will be every fashionista's phone case of choice.
Accessories too were a throwback to the 90s, with bubble backpacks dominating and chunky gold necklaces and belts adorning model's limbs.

Speaking to journalists after the show, Scott explained: 'Like every girl and gay boy, I loved Barbie.
'It's hard not to; she's practically perfect. She's a good big sister, she's had every job in the world, worn every outfit. And it's just joyful. Her and I share the same things: We just want to bring joy to people.'

If Scott has his way, we all really will be Barbie girls in a Barbie world

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9/18/2014 TeamFWP

In February he brought us fast food fashion and it seems that in his second season at the helm of Moschino, Jeremy Scott hasn't run out of creative ideas.
The creative head, who is famed for making kitsch cool, sent his models down the runway in Milan in Barbie doll inspired dresses to the sound of Aqua's iconic 90s hit, I'm A Barbie Girl.
The show was opened by a doll dressed exactly the same as the plastic one gifted to audience members and each new model followed suit. In short; a collection that screams Rita Ora.

There was business woman Barbie, kitted out in an embellished pink suit, work out Barbie, in a sports luxe tracksuit (in pink, of course) and cowgirl Barbie in glitzy rodeo attire.

Popular model Charlotte Free took on the role of roller-skating Barbie and skated along the catwalk in a bra, tracksuit bottoms, and sweatband, emblazoned with the doll's iconic logo.

Remember last season's sought-after McDonalds fries Iphone holder? In six months time Moschino's new bubblegum pink Disney-style hand mirror that doubles as a phone case will be every fashionista's phone case of choice.
Accessories too were a throwback to the 90s, with bubble backpacks dominating and chunky gold necklaces and belts adorning model's limbs.

Speaking to journalists after the show, Scott explained: 'Like every girl and gay boy, I loved Barbie.
'It's hard not to; she's practically perfect. She's a good big sister, she's had every job in the world, worn every outfit. And it's just joyful. Her and I share the same things: We just want to bring joy to people.'

If Scott has his way, we all really will be Barbie girls in a Barbie world


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