Fri., Feb. 27, 2015 12:36 PM PST
Things are getting tiny, toony and a little bit looney on the runways at Milan Fashion Week!
We’re of course talking about the Moschino show on Thursday night—creative director Jeremy Scott put forth a collection rife with graffiti prints, ‘90s silhouettes, actual sportswear and, best of all, our favorite cartoon characters from the classic Looney Tunes lineup. Scott, who’s known for pushing sartorial boundaries, has served up some pop culture-themed collections before, previously parading Barbie looks and McDonalds logos down the catwalk (his devoted celeb following, by the way, includes Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry and Rita Ora).
But seriously, let’s talk about these looks: Beyond the character-emblazoned sweatshirts (we’ll take one in every tune, please), we covet anything Sylvester the Cat, as well as those striped Tweety trousers and a Bugs Bunny basketball jersey-cum-mini dress.
Better believe that this Moschino showing was not without some star power: Model (and consummate It Girl) Gigi Hadid closed the show in a striking graffiti-printed mermaid gown with matching paint-spattered gloves. (We can’t wait, repeat: can’t wait, to see who gets to wear this on the red carpet.)
In sum, Moschino’s fall-winter 2015 collection is pure, silly and fun—everything we expect from the ever-fearless Jeremy Scott.
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