The Moschino Fall 2017 fashion was — quite literally — garbage. Jeremy Scott once again rocked the fashion world with his crazy trash chic collection for the Italian luxury label.
Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid started off the show dressed in “cardboard couture” including jackets, dresses and bags striped with packing tape and bearing shipping labels like “fragile,” “do not crush,” and “this side up.” The second part of the show featured clothing articles printed as if they were made out of pages torn out of fashion magazines. Not a new concept by any means, but it did tie up with the collection’s garbage theme.
“Cardboard couture” at the Moschino Fall 2017 fashion show presented during 2017 Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017/18 in Milan, Italy, on February 23, 2017.
Moschino fall 2017 clothing made to appear as if they were made out of pages torn out of fashion magazines.
The third act, and the most exciting part, was the trashiest of all. Models dressed in plastic bags with their arms through the handles. They also wore duct-tape dresses, leather opera gloves, wired-together metal watches and draped bubble wrap. A mini trash can, a roll of tissue and a missing sock were used as handbags. Accessories were junk like a garbage can lid hat, and a bicycle wheel headband and a fur stole made out of stuffed rats.
We think Jeremy Scott might have the distinct honor of being the first designer to send a model down the runway wearing a literal pile of trash. Not only that, he also dressed a model in a dry cleaning bag — complete with a hanger — and another in shower curtains paired with a bath mat shawl in the very same fashion show.
Models wearing a Moschino plastic bag, a Hefty bag dress topped with a pile of trash, and a “Trash Chic” dress.
Models in duct-taped dresses with a rolled-up paper bag and a stole made out of stuffed rats as accessories.
Models wearing a garbage bag dress with a trash can lid hat, a dry cleaning bag dress with a sock handbag and a plastic bag top with a crystal-draped skirt.
Models in a bubble wrap dress, a shower curtain dress, and a black gown with a bicycle-wheel headband.
Models wearing a dress made out of leather opera gloves and another dress made out of metal watches wired together.
While we love Jeremy Scott’s message of recycling behind his trash-inspired collection, we think only the likes of Katy Perry could get away with wearing it.
Do you love the Moschino Fall 2017 collection or do you think it’s, well, trash? Check out how it compares with the previous Barbie-themed Moschino Spring 2015 collection and the fast-food-inspired Moschino Fall 2014 collection.
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