02.03.10

Moschino Fall 2010

Moschino’s Fall 2010 cowgirl/flamenco presentation was a lot of fun.

The models each wore a black cowboy hat, a black hair ribbon, Victoria Beckham oversized shades, gold hoop earrings and bold red lips.

The styling might seem strange when paired with a pink and red flamenco style skirt, but it put a smile on the face of many of the editors in the front row.

Apart from the ruffled skirts we were presented with Chanel-esqe tweed skirt suits, patent trenches, a gold fringed coat, elbow length gloves, pink bustiers over skirt suits, and LBDs.

Gold details dominated this collection with gold grommets and gold hooped accents adorning the looks.

Some of these details made so much noise they could be heard over the loud music.

I really got excited when I saw the ‘MOSCHINO’ gold belt which Rosella Jardini has brought back, as it took me back my school days when I purchased one thinking it was real. I was duped. It was fake, but I loved it anyway.

Once you get over the styling, you’ll find a lot of wearable pieces in this collection.

Here’s a video of the finale.

Credit: Style.com & Catwalking

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8 Responses to Moschino Fall 2010

  1. mandy March 2, 2010 at 14:55 #

    fierce baby!!! fierce!!!

  2. Terry March 2, 2010 at 14:55 #

    It looks like a Moschino fashion show from the 80s. Huge sunglasses, cowboy hats and lots of gold were the trademarks of Franco Moschino’s style.

  3. Stuti March 2, 2010 at 15:36 #

    You are so adorable, FC. You always make me smile!

    • Fashion Critic March 2, 2010 at 15:37 #

      ;)

  4. bettybrandenburg March 2, 2010 at 16:18 #

    I’m sorry to disagree, but I think these closes are a particularly bad throwback, nothing original that I can see. There’s a bit of early YSL, a bit of Lacroix, a bit of Chanel – and a lot of Stetson – all hat no cattle…

    • mm March 2, 2010 at 22:18 #

      LOL!

  5. Ashley March 2, 2010 at 17:29 #

    Such a throwback. I’m seeing late 80′s, early 90′s revival. Loving the reintroduction of the label belt. Reminds me of going through my mom’s closet back in the day. Too bad she threw that out…

    It’s not exactly my taste but it does put a smile on my face.

  6. mochababe73 March 2, 2010 at 20:05 #

    I don’t wear black that often unless it’s like a black turtleneck or t-shirt, shoes. But I really liked this because the black really set the color off.

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