September 28, 1999
Girls just wanted to have fun at Moschino's riotous festival of colors and prints. An assortment of references evoked everything from a psychedelic Peter Pan to a neo-dandy cabaret singer and a country-western drifter on Route 66. The runway was a no-holds-barred orgy of pirate caricature dresses, sailor pants, deluxe hippie dresses, ruffled shirts (worn with big-buckled buccaneer belts and extravagant headpieces), closely fitted waistcoats and acid-tinted snakeskin. Young sartorial divas should have no problem finding a broad selection of outfits here to drive Mother insane.