Moschino Spring 2013

Clothes: Among the mod dresses and pop art patterns there was no doubt about where Moschino creative director Rossella Jardini drew inspiration this s
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Clothes: Among the mod dresses and pop art patterns there was no doubt about where Moschino creative director Rossella Jardini drew inspiration this s
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Clothes: Among the mod dresses and pop art patterns there was no doubt about where Moschino creative director Rossella Jardini drew inspiration this season: The Swinging Sixties were in full effect throughout the collection. A-line mini-minis, kick flares, and contrast piping along pockets and collars all helped to deliver the retro message with flair. There was no shortage of groovy floral prints, all in a playfully bright color palette of candy pinks, yellows and blues. Like at Marc Jacobs, stripes made a strong statement, especially in black and white, and showed up on shirts and matching skirt-blouse combos. The modern yet feminine looks that ended the show were less of a literal interpretation of the decade and happened to be my personal favorites.

Hair & Makeup: Hair was big, bouncy and very groovy. It was teased up at the crown and then secured in a half-up-half-down 'do with long loose waves. Lips were a glossy red and eyes had a flick of liner.

The Vibe: Moschino added an appropriately glam vibe to popular Milan venue Via Senato 10 with a glitzy Moschino sign.

The Front Row: Industry VIPs.

Celebrity We'd Most Like to See Wearing It: Lana Del Ray, Katy Perry.

Photos: IMAXtree