Moschino is one of the latest new designer brands. It is known for its flashy, unique pop culture designs created by the company’s latest designer, Jeremy Scott (I would love to meet him!). From his Fall 2014 Spongebob runway show to his Spring 2015 Barbie-inspired show, to his latest Looney Tunes Fall 2015 collection, Scott definitely is a designer of people’s taste. He is known for his “This Is Not A Moschino T-Shirt” handbag, the “I Had Nothing Else To Wear So I Put On This Moschino Dress” dress, his ‘leather jacket’ handbags, and much more. One simply has to take a look at his designs and they know what they are about; they have their own story.
For example, when I walked into the dream store, I was introduced to a sorted array of completely unique collections. When I looked at the pink and black “Moschino” sweaters, I immediately knew those were from the Barbie collection.
In my opinion, my favorite collection of his is the Barbie-inspired 2014 collection. If you look at my photos of the Barbie items, you will see why (:
Going to Moschino in Italy was my first experience of going to a Moschino store. Actually, the first Moschino place I went to was not a Moschino store, but a small department store that carried Moschino products and a few other well-known Italian brands. The store was titled “Spazio A”, which was in Venice. The next time I went to a place where they sold Moschino products was an actual Moschino store in Rome. The store was two floors with clothes, handbags, shoes and more of different categories.
Moschino is an incredible store that has a talented designer– he combines urban street with high-end fashion. The products he designs for the company have their own story.
By the way, did you know that Jeremy Scott has a movie coming out in September?! It’s called “Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer”. I can’t wait to see the movie!
Enjoy the pictures!! (:
Disclaimer: All of these photos were taken by either me or my family. They were not taken by anyone else and are not from any other site. Thank you (: