Insta-Critic: Moschino Gets Hip Hop Happy

If there’s a lesson to be learned from Moschino’s explosive show today, it’s that hip hop’s going nowhere. Designer Jeremy Scott made classical hip-hop references with over-sized clothes (taken to extreme proportions with the added help of inflation), graffiti-print ballgowns, baseball caps, and plenty of heavy-duty gold chains. And just in case Scott’s penchant for splashing Looney Tunes cartoons across clothes seems like a bit of a digression, look again: even Daffy Duck was sporting a flat-top and a whole lot of bling.

@Moschino gang. #Moschino F/W’15 by @itsjeremyscott. #MFW

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Inflatable brights backstage

Loving @moschino ‘s AW15 Looney Tunes collection

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Looney Tunes on parade

Boom Bang @moschino #MFW

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Teddy bear party girls

#moschino #jeremyscott

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