Moschino Spring/Summer 2015-Designer Jeremy Scott made his Moschino men’s debut with a big bang, channeling the fashion label’s earlier days with a sporty street wear vibe. Embracing pop art and a bold take on counterfeits, even going as far as to reinterpret Louis Vuitton’s monogram for Moschino, Scott created a lineup not for the faint of heart. One look embraced the United Kingdom, the collection’s host for show season, putting a large smiley face on the Union Jack. From overalls to logo covered sweatshirts or a suit covered in dollar signs, Moschino’s spring/summer 2015 outing was an exercise in free expression.
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