Moschino! The brand of over the top statements. Since the very beginning Moschino has been maintaining its position as a surrealist-lover brand. Franco Moschino was inspired by Elsa Schiaparelli, the guru of surrealistic fashion. Moschino has pursued this trend well into the 21st century and it is quite hard to find a substitute. The brand’s gowns on the red carpet continue to be one of the most eye-catching and interesting fashion pieces to look at.
Now under the creative direction of Jeremy Scott, Moschino has been as playful and creative as when Franco Moschino was at the helm. From the incorporation of McDonald’s logo to real-life Barbies, Moschino has been so much fun to view. Check out some of the most intriguing recent pieces from Jeremy Scott…
Katy Perry wears a signature Moschino design at the 2015 Met Gala. The pop art reminds us the surrealistic art movement that Franco Moschino loved.
Miley Cyrus looks literally out of this world in the red heart patterned Moschino gown at the 2015 amFAR awards.
Moschino is for women who like to shout ‘I’m here!’ And sequins is just what you need to stand out in the crowd. Rihanna catches everyone’s eyes at the 2015 Daily Front Row Fashion Los Angeles Awards in this Moschino Jacket Dress.
Why where a black tuxedo when you can go for shiny violet? Added with a pink bow and fluffy scarf you’ve got a flashy look from Moschino again. Charlie XCX is a camera favourite in the 2015 Grammy Awards.
Madonna loves to make fashion statements since the beginning of her fashion career and Moschino is the best brand to do it with. Even though this Moschino gown that Madonna wore at the 2017 Met Gala is in camouflage pattern, the famous singer was standing out from the crowd.