In the post-Jeremy Scott era, Moschino’s menswear collection managed to carve out its own identity. The line thrived on its inherent quirk and opposition, successfully capturing Moschino’s signature irony. The creative blend of classic tailoring with floral archives resulted in a unique fusion of fashion elements. Highlights included eccentrically warped multi-collared shirts, back-to-front ties, and safari-camp beige explorer separates adorned with splattered paint embroideries.
The collection also featured anachronistic Prince of Wales tailoring contrasted with striking aquamarine corduroy Bermudas and wrapped sash silk shirting. Among the standout pieces was a gorgeous oversized biker jacket. Neither a dramatic failure nor a grand success, this Moschino collection proved that a fashion house can continue to chart an intriguing course even in the absence of a known captain.