On 4 December, Moschino hosted an intimate outdoor event in the stunning courtyard of the One & Only The Palm to present the brand’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Featuring a trunk show of over 40 looks from pre- and main Spring/Summer 2013 collections, the evening showcased Moschino’s flowy new dresses and separates in pretty pastels and floral prints, in addition to a line of striking black and monochrome pieces inspired by the movie Casino in a stylistic nod to the era of the 1960s.
This season is about elegance and simplicity. Models walked down the catwalk dressed in minimal proportions with geometric lines and high-impact graphic elements. The collection boasted Historic colors reinterpreted with new symmetries, miniatures of dresses with different details, trompe l’oeil effects, visible embroidery and oversize buttons.
But summer also loves color and this season’s need for color is answered, with a bow Ken Scott, André Courrèges and Paco Rabanne’s designs of the 1960s boasting optical and Pop Art-inspired creations. This part of the collection showcases skirts and pants with contrasting trim for a sharp and geometric look; garments inlaid two-tone stripes and the fabrics, move from fuller, rounder ones to fabrics that envelop the figure emphasizing the Sangallo patchwork to recall the full sun of Italian summers.