Rossella Jardini must have been feeling nostalgic for the ’60s, because Moschino‘s Spring 2013 collection is rife with the shapes, motifs, and details that defined the decade.
The majority of the collection is presented in a palette fit for Kim Kardashian. Graphic black and white looks boasting bold stripes and cartoonish contrast piping came down the runway on A-line mini silhouettes and smart suiting separates.
The collection took a colorful turn, with bright, jubilant pieces decorated with geometric shapes, candy-hued stripes, and psychedelic flower prints. Retro silhouettes were updated with cheeky cutouts and glittering spiked peeptoe sandals worn throughout.
Even in monochromatic tones, Moschino manages to keep its sense of whimsy. While some of the cuts in this collection are a bit too boxy for my taste, overall, this is a strong, wearable offering from the brand. Azealia Banks has already been photographed in a piece from Moschino’s sister label, Moschino Cheap & Chic, and the more colorful looks in this collection would certainly suit her offbeat sense of style. I could also see Rita Ora in several of these pieces.
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