Adam Rippon, the Olympian figure skater who helped Team U.S.A. win bronze in the PyeongChang Winter Games, showed up on Sunday for the 90th Academy Awards wearing a little less glitter and a little more leather.
Back in February this year, Moschino staged a runway show worthy of a Zoolander finale: an entire collection inspired by and made from trash.
Creative director Jeremy Scott is known for wild collections at powerhouse brand Moschino, but this season, he's relying on another brand for a sales boost: My Little Pony.
The latest campaign is a bit of a head scratcher. Interestingly, the traditionally winter-centric brand decided to shoot their ads in the heart of sunny California, and features MacLachlan, Gordon, and others clad in their new ’70s retro-style fall apparel.
Kendall Jenner walks the Moschino Fall/Winter 2017 show in Milan on Feb. 23. Carrie Bradshaw had put a bird on her head, but Kendall Jenner just beat her: She opened the Moschino show wearing a UPS crate as a hat.
Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott is known for his unique — and often wacky — designs, but A-list celebs like Katy Perry and Miley Cyrus can’t get enough. From Perry’s 2015 Met Gala gown to MyCy’s epic costumes at MTV’s Music Video Awards that same year, we’re celebrating him and his statement-making looks.
Moschino’s creative director Jeremy Scott kicked off MADE L.A. — WME-IMG’s two-day fashion and music event — with his own brand of kitschy-kooky-cool on Friday evening. Models took to the runway in a mashup of floral prints, Hawaiian and sixties surfer styles (jeweled leis), crochet dresses, Guatemalan embroidery and all-black Goth lace with umbrella hats for the designer’s 2017 resort collection. “It’s my love letter to Los Angeles — I was thinking about the way I like to dress and the way that I see people dress here, especially the ‘It’ boys and girls storming around Melrose or going to Coachella and doing all of the things that I love to do. I like the eclecticism of all the cultures found here,” Scott told The Hollywood Reporter. Family Affair: @cindycrawford, @kaiagerber and @itsjeremyscott are hanging backstage before @presleygerber makes his runway debut during the @moschino L.A. show.
Shot on the beaches of Sardinia, the campaign sees the 28-year-old dreamboat splish-splashin’ around while naked, and working out while half-naked. Boselli also appears in the new Moschino campaign and some VERY revealing underwear ads, and is the host of a travel series on MTV Australia called MTV Trippers — so you could say the guy’s doing pretty well for himself.
If you’ve ever seen fashion fans mob the Moschino show entrance the way tweens flock to Justin Bieber, you know Jeremy Scott’s Milan runway is one of the week’s hottest tickets. But on Thursday, his catwalk wasn’t just a smoke show of bombshells in gowns — it was literally on fire. How did they prepare to wear those dresses?
Men’s Fashion Week is in full swing in London, where you can always find the most experimental runway attire. While the city is associated with Savile Row and precise tailoring, it is also the playground for designers whose creations are a bit out of the ordinary. Take a look at 10 of the most outré looks at the current round of Fall/Winter 2016 shows, from Bobby Abley’s blue, feathery wonder to Jeremy Scott’s pop art madness for Moschino. These are the looks that will make you go hmmm… Follow us on Facebook , Instagram , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The commercial for the Moschino Barbie collection dropped about two weeks ago, but the spot is finally getting some buzz thanks to one particularly enthusiastic cast member. The actor is, according to the New York Post, the first little boy to be cast in a Barbie commercial. “Moschino Barbie is so fierce,” our young mohawked prince exclaims, punctuating his enthusiasm with an equally fierce neck roll and hand gestures. Target, for example recently decided to remove gender-based signs in their toy aisle. This commercial is just another step forward in ending the stereotype that children’s toys are suitable for one gender as opposed to another.
By Sam Reed In collaboration with Barbie and Net-a-Porter, Moschino is launching a “Moschino Barbie” capsule collection — and it’s just as fabulous as you could imagine. Related: Design Inudstry’s Leading Experts Discuss LA/NY Rivalry Everything we love about Jeremy Scott’s spring 2015 collection for the Italian fashion house, from the big hair to the gold chains, has made it into the limited edition doll collection which is available exclusively on Net-a-Porter beginning Nov. 9. Related: Gigi Hadid Is Going to Walk in This Year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show And if they don’t rein you with commercial nostalgia alone, the brand is also releasing an 8-piece human-size capsule collection as well as two Moschino Barbie tees. You know, so you and Barbie can finally be twins.
So, at Thursday night’s Moschino show at Milan Fashion Week, when we saw the construction-zone runway set complete with LED signs flashing “Caution: Dangerous Couture,” and giant rotating brushes on either side of the runway like you’d see automatic car wash, we noted dutifully in our notebooks that we were probably in for some kind of construction worker/car theme. The car-themed part of the show featured a soundtrack of Gary Numan’s “Cars,” The Normal’s 1978 early-industrial hit “Warm Leatherette” (which is about car crashes), and Rose Royce’s “Car Wash” played while those big rotating brushes began to spin, machines blew thousands of bubbles into the air, and models strutted out wearing dresses that looked like…cars and rotating car-wash brushes.
Mary Janes, once considered the go-to footwear for kids, got a major fashion upgrade for Fall. No longer your baby’s booties, the new adult-like incarnation includes sharply pointed toes, high heels, and lots of shimmer. From major brands (Miu Miu and Manolo Blahnik) to more affordable ones (River Island and Vince Camuto), these strappy beauties are one of the season’s biggest shoe trends. Don’t just take our word for it.
Photo: Can a fashion designer be a true Hollywood star? Just ask Jeremy Scott who, on Tuesday night, became the first style maven to put his handprints outside Mann’s Chinese Theater before a screening of his hotly anticipated documentary, Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer.
Summer isn't even really here and already designers have started to reveal the stars of their Fall campaigns. Is there no mystery anymore? Whatever happened to unveiling campaigns in September issues across the board? Maybe social media IS making everything too fast!
While we savor the last few weeks of summer in our bikini tops and denim cut offs, we’ll soon need to start transitioning into our fall’s best — and everyone knows a new season means a new bag. Designers are set to debut their newest IT bags, and the fact that you’ll need to drop a pretty penny to get your hands on them means most people don’t want to drop another mortgage payment on a coordinating outfit. So here’s five ways to dress your new It bag, without spending a fortune Related: 3 Key Pieces Worn 3 Ways = 9 Incredible Looks for Office, Evening, & The Weekend! 3 Rules for How to Look Chic While Riding A Bik
“Bitch I’m Madonna” Is a Standard Moschino Rave Warning: Explicit content above. It’s here! After Madge’s cryptic social media announcement about the release of her “Bitch I’m Madonna” music video, the much-anticipated project is officially on the interwebs (or Tidal, to be precise). Although different from her sexy matador “Living for Love,” it’s not a far cry from her sartorial choices IRL…because it’s practically a Jeremy Scott for Moschino fashion show in cinematic form. In line with the rave-like setting (filmed at the oh-so-trendy Standard Hotel in New York City), she’s dressed in a tight cheetah print dress and bright pink leather jacket completely covered with gold studs. The Queen of Pop has been teasing us all with Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, and Rita Ora cameos on her social media — and what a tease it was! For one, the roster of cameos far surpassed the six singers.
“I feel like I was basically born a brand…at a very young age I decided I wanted to be the Paris Hilton brand,” the socialite tells editor-in-chief Joe Zee in the latest episode of Style Session. In an exclusive interview in Hilton’s New York apartment—it’s her new “drop by pad” where she says she’s excited to have “dope parties after hours”—the author/actress/DJ/mogul/designer/singer dishes on everything from her days on The Simple Life with Nicole Richie (she’s kept clothes from the show “as just, like, things to keep as a memory”), to how she helped make the Kardashians famous (Kim wouldn’t exist without her), to her style icons (Barbie and Victoria Beckham, namely), and what it takes to make $2 billion in fragrance sales (which she’s done over the last 10 years).
The easiest way to look like a model? Other than starving yourself, look miserable at all times. For some reason, a death stare (or resting bitch face) is the reigning look on the runway. Models should not smile or blink, they should be silently willing all the photographers to die in a fire, all the editors to slip on banana peels, they hate their lives, even with their hair done to the nines while wearing the most expensive clothes on the planet—and they want you to know it.
Photo: Moschino is one of the most anticipated shows every season. Sure, the clothes aren’t for everyone, but thanks to creative director Jeremy Scott it is a Show (with a capital S)! And after the long hours of running from show to show and appointments, the truth is everyone just wants to have fun. Primary colors, gold chains, graffiti gowns, Looney Tunes characters, oh my! Here’s a look at the coolest pieces that went down the runway today. It was not surprising at all when Jeremy Scott told us at his after party that his favorite song from this era is “Ain’t 2 Proud 2 Beg,” the band’s first single.
Moschino's Spring 2015 campaign features models Hollie-May Sakers, Anna Ewers, and Sasha Luss frolicking in front of famed photographer Steven Meisel's expert lens. Not such an expert? The person responsible for retouching said images who completely obliterated Luss's left leg. This isn't the first time major limbs have gone missing at the hands of an overzealous manipulator but it's remarkable that given all the people that look at an image — whether it be an advertisement, magazine cover, or even a celebrity’s social media shot — before they make it to the public, they always seem to miss the most obvious details.