Florals for spring? Groundbreaking! Well, Moschino Spring 2018 collection was all about flowers, nature and more. Read the review & view the gallery!
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A few looks had asymmetric high-low skirts with thigh high boots. I loved the dresses with elongated wings on the chest. I can imagine celebrities rocking the red carpet event in these dresses (already)!
The next set of looks were unforgettable. A model dressed as a tulip with a green skirt and pink bodice top with petals walked the runway followed by a lily-shaped gown, a rose bouquet gown with thorns popping out of the chest, rose shaped kaftan dress, a butterfly-shaped gown and so on.
The show came to an end with Kaia Gerber and Gigi Hadid as human bouquets – quite literally! They were draped in bouquet-shaped dresses with a red ribbon tied around the waist as belt and flowers popping out from neck to chest.
Moschino never fails to create a spark on the runway. Last year, we saw models as paper dolls and this year as flowers, Jeremy Scott surely leaves us wondering what we’re gonna see next season!
Moschino Spring 2018 Collection: Gallery
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