If there is one thing that has not changed in light of recent turmoils, it is the unmistakable Moschino’s style, which returns – this time through an online video – to amaze buyers and worshipers of the brand.
Jeremy Scott presents a colorful, energetic, and perfectly balanced in its disharmonies spring/summer 2021 men’s pre-collection. A breath of fresh air that fashion certainly needed in these rather dark and colorless times.
If there is one thing that fashion does in its incessant motion, it is adapting to the times, designers combine their vision in different styles and rhythms. Jeremy Scott’s Moschino man faces the world in the pandemic with that boldness typical of the Italian brand, with pastel colors and polka dots or abstract prints, which unfold on the body like a never fully complete canvas, full of shades and edges that do not end with the fabrics but embrace also the indefinite and imperfect edges of personality.
The clothes are dynamic and the combinations are not at all obvious in what seems to be an experiment in constant evolution. We have denim tuxedos, sweatshirts with vibrantly colored prints, striped shirts with geometric sketches, pastel-colored trench coats, hats and bags with a 90s vibe.
The world of Moschino is in color. Cheerfulness, dynamism and the ability to play with one’s uniqueness become the new paradigm of a world that is struggling to emerge from the darkness of the pandemic.
Cover image courtesy: Moschino