Jeremy Scott has paid tribute to Pablo Picasso for Moschino's spring/summer 2020 collection.
The fashion designer unveiled his latest line for the Italian label as part of Milan Fashion Week on Thursday night, and true to form, offered up an extravagant spectacle.
Honouring the life and artwork of the Spanish painter and sculptor, the presentation opened with a model walking the runway in a brightly coloured dress which evoked Picasso's early Fauvist-inspired art.
Brightly coloured printed suits and graphic coats with sharp shoulders followed, with dresses resembling the flowing curves and abstract shapes of the icon's first Cubist pieces.
Referencing Picasso's heritage, one model sported the red cape and black hat of a matador, along with blue leggings and shiny gold jewellery, while another carried a black purse with the words "Bull chic" splashed across the front.
Joan Smalls rocked a red and gold dress inspired by the embellished outfits worn by bullfighters, and another model showed off a red polka dot dress with ruffled sleeves, similar to the worn of flamenco dancers.
A highlight of the collection was a black gown dotted with sequin flower appliques, with the look worn by Stella Maxwell, as was a black velvet dress with architectural shoulders that was dotted with blue and green beads and had pink lining in the skirt.
Yet, somehow Scott managed to turn the theme up another notch towards the end of the presentation, having Kaia Gerber walk the catwalk in an outfit shaped into a guitar, as influenced by Picasso's still life paintings, another model donned a sequin dress which referred to the artist's groundbreaking 1907 work Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, and others sported pieces that looked like actual gold Baroque picture frames.
To conclude, Bella Hadid rocked a pink and blue sequin jumpsuit which alluded to Picasso's paintings of harlequins, Irina Shayk dazzled in a gold and black dress with violin motif, and Gigi Hadid was Moschino's "bride" in an over-the-top white dress with huge veil and dove motifs attached to the front.
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