Moschino Paints the Perfect Collection For Fall 2021-22
Jewel-tones are making their debut this fall, but nothing like this.
Jeremy Scott has quite literally painted the picture-perfect collection.
Against a watercolor backdrop of a 1940’s brick-lined alleyway, debuted a cinematic short as models, Alexis Chaparro, Noah Brown, and Brandon Good sauntered with attitude showcasing Moschino’s Fall Winter 2021-22 assemblage.
Using clothing as a new age canvas, freeform brushstroke prints envelop the collection in its entirety. Although each pattern is similar, given the contrasting color palette and classic to modern silhouettes, the repetition is welcomed with a cleansed palette and burst of invigoration.
Tapping old Hollywood cinema’s Humphrey Bogart, the collection launches a series of archetypal topcoats, perfectos and car coats while the paint free-form pattern adds an animated connotation, that makes the viewer second guess whether it’s art or reality. But in fact, that is the goal of this latest collection, each garment is made to be the easel, balancing shadow and highlight, movement and attitude, existence or imagination.
Comprised of the menswear essentials: for evening wear, one may find midnight blue and silver lined three-piece suits, waistcoats, and alluring deep red tuxedos among the display. And for the day, paint-effect puffers, tracksuits, cargo jackets, hoodies, and denim, in sprightly jewel-tones of fresh tangerine, romantic rose-quartz, and amethyst. Overall, it would not be a surprise should this collection find itself a trend staple come fall.