January 19, 2012 New York
Rossella Jardini threw it back for pre-fall with two street-chic prints from the Moschino archives: a brick wall pattern and a spray-painted graffiti one that also popped up at the house's menswear show. Both gave the collection an urban grit. Vintage prints and gold-plated jewelry had a rock 'n' roll edge, but it was the statement fur coats and versatile suiting separates like a sharp tweed DB blazer that stood out. For evening, an embellished black gown with a high sheer inset (styled with a feathered headpiece and cat-eye frames) should appeal to hipsters and glam grownups alike.
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