The Moschino Tumble 2020 exhibit was held in Milan on Thursday evening — but designer Jeremy Scott would seem to have had Paris on his mind. Just after saying before this year that he was moving his namesake exhibit from February’s New York Fashion 7 days to the City of Lights in July, it’s no wonder that a particular French aptitude took its area on the runway.
Commencing with the decadently intended cake-adorned invitations, adopted by a mirrored catwalk, the concept took flight as the exhibit received underneath way. There she was in every look, in every updo: Marie Antoinette.
Sky-substantial hair in shades various from platinum and pastel pink to chestnut, toile-print bustles, gilded denim and abundant velvet jacquard: If the French queen were to move through the doorways of Versailles today, absolutely this is what she’d be putting on. These appears to be were, of course, blended among the Moschino’s signature moto-jacket relieve and matching accessories.
What took the cake, though, were the true “cake” dresses. There was a pink-and-white off-the-shoulder quantity that matched the invite, a white tiered frock with orange bouquets perfect for a summer season wedding ceremony in the French countryside and the show’s closer: a pristinely white bridal costume that appeared very good ample to try to eat. The luggage matched the motif, shaped like cakes, croissants and a pretty realistic baguette.
It was cheeky and chic, and those on board with Scott’s “let them try to eat cake” strategy were served their just desserts.