The Moschino Cheap & Chic girl is usually the first one to make a fearless statement and for fall / winter 2013 things stood no differently. Still exploring the playful and young spirit of the label, Rosella Jardini infused the collection with a bit of the London attitude, the place that currently serves as Cheap and Chic’s exquisite residence. The temporary affair had quite the influence on the outcome of this season’s line up, as all the pretty clothes were seemingly teamed to a punk rock attitude. Outrageous turned wearable, the trends marking this collection exuded of downtown demeanor.
If the silhouettes read girly, comfy and chic due to the 60s-style influences, boxy cuts and oversized elements, the choice of colors, prints and fabrics were the ones to really land the good-girl-gone-bad standpoint. A heavy dose of leopard prints, the brightest shades of pink, alongside the Mongolian fur accents and the sparkly beaded embellishments seemed edgy and loud enough to make their point. Slightly toned down, the double breasted blazers, the voluminous coats and the chunky knits in basic black and whites, offered perspective on actual wearable apparel.
You can see all of the Moschino Cheap & Chic autumn (fall) / winter 2013 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree