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Moschino’s puppets-models,presentation, Spring Summer 2021

Moschino’s puppets-models

Jeremy Scott at Moschino, a Celebration of the Magic, Whimsy, and Fantasy of Fashion in 40 Puppet-Sized Looks Fashion ShowTo kick off a new beginning you have to start from something small: Jeremy Scott is convinced of this, who wanted puppets to be the protagonists of the video of Moschino’s collection for next summer.Shot in Hollywood, the film reproduces the classic haute couture fashion show of the Paris of yesteryear on a doll scale, in the maison’s salon, with the puppet-models parading in front of an audience of miniaturized insiders with recognizable features. Under the impassive gaze and the dark glasses of the puppet Anna Wintour, here is the collection for next summer, also the daughter, like the mode of expression, of the pandemic.

And here it is that hems, seams, corset slats, panels, pleats and trims appear on the outside of the garments, as well as the zips, the flapping pockets and the tulle petticoats that stretch beyond the hems of the dresses. When not applied, the most intimate details of the garments are printed, as in the bustier superimposed on the sheath dress, while other dresses open as if to show the gears, then hidden behind tulle flounces. There is no shortage of distinctive features of the maison, such as the biker, in the mini version on the long pink dress or incorporated on the evening proposals. And as in a fashion show of yesteryear, the classic wedding dress, embroidered with flowers, closes the catwalk. Photo Courtesy of Moschino

Photo Courtesy of Moschino

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