35 posts tagged "Moschino"
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When Jeremy Scott made his Moschino debut in February, he wore this shirt. For that reason alone, I am shocked that the tee is still available. I love how Scott throws consumer culture in everyone’s face—and this shirt, as well as his Fall collection, does just that. Sure, $265 is a pretty penny for a glorified cut of cotton, but at least you get the label name in an obnoxiously large font. If only it were available in black…
Moschino slogan T-shirt, $265, Buy it now
Each week, renowned artist and fashion illustrator Cédric Rivrain unveils an exclusive drawing on Style.com. See fashion through his eyes, below.
Kiko Mizuhara in Moschino by Jeremy Scott
“Playful and joyful. With Moschino, Jeremy delivers the happiest fashion ever. Merci, Jeremy.
In a world where new e-commerce sites are a dime a dozen, VFiles stands out. Its unique designer selection (think Hood by Air, Adidas x Rick Owens, Moschino, and KTZ), innovative social media platform, and active community have kept VFiles steadily on our radar, and the platform’s singular aesthetic has left its dedicated fan base begging for an original cut-and-sew VFiles clothing line. Well, ask and you shall receive. VFiles’ debut collection, dubbed VFiles Sport Plus, launches on Monday. An exclusive first look at the range debuts here.
The campaign is modeled by VFiles users; one simply had to tag a photo of themselves on the platform to be considered for the lookbook. “The collection is by us, for us,” said Julie Anne Quay, founder of VFiles. “We looked at what our members collect, what they share…So it really is a community-generated collection,” she explained. “I think that’s also something that’s never been done before. Like, what if Facebook had a collection? What would that look like?”
VFiles Sport Plus is comprised of unisex motocross jerseys and shorts, French terry hoodies, slub-knit tees, body-con dresses, and more. The clothes have a distinctive sport-meets-street vibe and a contemporary price point (prices range from $75 to $300). “It’s all branded, and really fun, functional, and wearable. We think we’ll fit alongside the brands in our stores right now, which is really important to us,” Quay said. “Our community is very loyal to young designers and likes to wear things no one else has ever seen. So I think VFiles Sport Plus is something they will be really excited about.”
Quay tapped Erin Magee, head of production at Supreme and creative director at MadeMe, to head up the design process. “Erin knows how to execute. She’s able to take what we want to see and actually turn that into a garment,” Quay explained. “There’s a language to VFiles that you can’t really put words to. You just know it’s VFiles.”
The VFiles Sport Plus collection will be available on April 28 internationally and on vfiles.com.
Looking to make a high-fashion impact on a shoestring budget? The recent runways stand as proof that all you need to tap into the momentary zeitgeist is a little creativity, not a maxed-out credit card. Take, for example, the pretty young thing caught posing with a McDonald’s cup during Sydney fashion week like it was a piece from Jeremy Scott’s fast-food-inspired collection for Moschino. Meanwhile, Chanel’s supermarket sweep of a Fall show convinced us that even grocery carts can be glamorous (especially if they’re being pushed by Rihanna, Cara Delevingne, and Joan Smalls). Ditto goes for Anya Hindmarch’s luxe “Have a Nice Day” bags modeled after those handed out at convenience stores. Other cheap styling tricks we’re eager to try out soon include pinning a violet to our furs à la Fendi and securing our ponytails with dollar-bin scrunchies like Dree Hemingway did in Trager Delaney’s latest lookbook.