2009 September 28
Moschino - Milan Spring 2010
(MILAN) The brand turned 25 this year, and Rosella Jardini seemed to pay tribute to the decade in which Moschino first arrived to shelves. We're talking about the '80s, of course, and the collection was full of flirtatious whimsy complete with heart shaped bags, big gold hoop earrings, and fruity print dress galore. The collection was mostly well executed and optimistic, though one had to wonder whether a costumer will run to Moschino for '80s nostalgia--or just shop Marc by Marc? Perhaps it's only the tip of the iceberg of this 1984 revival and more than one brand can share a larger prize.
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