Moschino’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, certainly had no qualms regarding the casting for his show. Perfectly sculptured physics were a must for the models, with a multitude of muscled males marching down the runway with their buff, bare chests and strong, muscled legs confidently on display, whilst being draped in exotic furs and untamed fur snow boots.
Jeremy always brings intensity and exuberance to his runways, and the energy for this show was apparent, with cleverly-witty anecdote jumpers and t-shirts stating, “I had nothing to wear so I put on this Moschino T-shirt.” Scott took contrasting to extreme, dressing fashion darling, Jourdan Dunn, in a Moschino labelled bikini, snow boots and a golden fur-lined hooded jacket. The collections use of fur, zebra, and leopard pieces matched with intense coloured patchwork cardigans, which were paired with a beige undertone, all added to this feel. He certainly brought the sun to the strong winter vibes.
The collection was scintillatingly magical and fastidiously detailed, showing Jeremy’s meticulous eye and his strong ascendance in the fashion industry. The only thing that was evidently missing from the show was Santa Clause himself.