Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is in full swing in the one of the fashion capitals of the world.
The OnoBello.com Fashion and Style Department is doing Show Reports on some select designers showcasing their latest collection this season.
According to a review by Vogue’s Nicole Phelps, excepts from it reads:”The looks were of an ’80s vintage: couture tailleurs with grand waist-cinching bows; pouf-sleeved tops and pouf skirts; and saucy wrap dresses all in white with dashed-off Magic Marker–type squiggles and dots suggesting color and pattern.
Like all dreams, this one could be interpreted in more ways than one. Scott himself alluded to the industry’s relentless pace before the show, but he hardly seems to struggle with time-management issues. Even with his own line, Moschino, and an H&M collaboration on the horizon, he’s always easy with a sound bite and generally extremely affable. Instead, let’s call this collection an ode to the haute couturiers of old. Scott (like Marc Jacobs, who also referenced the ’80s greats this season) was a rabid fashion fan growing up, and these clothes definitely nodded backwards. Cleverly, as the show progressed, Scott countered the anachronistic formalness of the silhouettes with some of his own Moschino-isms, like sweat suits and jean jackets and pants featuring sketches of his logo necklaces the kind of thing that will do gangbusters at H&M this November.”
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Credit: Vogue.com/ indigitaltv.com
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