Moschino’s capsule collection of pill-themed clothes and accessories sent folks on social media into an uproar after the label showed its newest wares at its Spring 2017 runway show. The LA Times reports that Nordstrom has decided to pull the controversial capsule collection, due to customer complaints. As a spokesperson explained, “We appreciate all the constructive feedback we received from concerned customers and ultimately decided to remove the collection from our site and the three stores where we offered it.” A change.org petition started by Randy Anderson implores Saks Fifth Avenue to pull the pill-themed merch, but the retailer is still selling the items on their website.
For its latest offering, the label played off a “Valley of the Dolls” theme and the term “capsule collection” with pieces inspired by prescription drugs.
[Photo: Moschino] The line between fashion and technology has been really pushed over the last few years, from live streams to light-up dresses. We are seeing more and more technology involved with catwalk shows. However, this season Moschino is taking it one step further. The designer brand has teamed up with modern tech company Livit for their Spring/Summer 2017 Resort and Menswear collections.
Shot on the beaches of Sardinia, the campaign sees the 28-year-old dreamboat splish-splashin’ around while naked, and working out while half-naked. Boselli also appears in the new Moschino campaign and some VERY revealing underwear ads, and is the host of a travel series on MTV Australia called MTV Trippers — so you could say the guy’s doing pretty well for himself.
Moschino wants you to get lit. During the the fall 2016 runway presentation on Thursday, the often controversial Italian design house released a new capsule collection – featuring cigarettes. Guests sitting in the front row at the show received a “fashion kills” iPhone case, which resembled an open package of cigarettes. This theme continued throughout the show with cigarette-inspired accessories, including handbags and earrings, clothing covered in burn marks and actual smoke. Like most Moschino shows, it was quite the spectacle.And this isn’t the first time the brand’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, has found inspiration in everyday objects. For the spring/summer ‘15 show traffic signs played a big role, and who could forget the McDonalds-inspired ready-to-wear collection of 2014. Click through the gallery above to see some of the pieces and let us know what you think by tweeting to @YahooStyleCA.
Men’s Fashion Week is in full swing in London, where you can always find the most experimental runway attire. While the city is associated with Savile Row and precise tailoring, it is also the playground for designers whose creations are a bit out of the ordinary. Take a look at 10 of the most outré looks at the current round of Fall/Winter 2016 shows, from Bobby Abley’s blue, feathery wonder to Jeremy Scott’s pop art madness for Moschino. These are the looks that will make you go hmmm…Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
The commercial for the Moschino Barbie collection dropped about two weeks ago, but the spot is finally getting some buzz thanks to one particularly enthusiastic cast member. The actor is, according to the New York Post, the first little boy to be cast in a Barbie commercial. “Moschino Barbie is so fierce,” our young mohawked prince exclaims, punctuating his enthusiasm with an equally fierce neck roll and hand gestures. Target, for example recently decided to remove gender-based signs in their toy aisle. This commercial is just another step forward in ending the stereotype that children’s toys are suitable for one gender as opposed to another.
Photo: Shopbop For those who are trying to lose weight by cutting back on meal portions, calorie counting isn’t typically something that’s made public. More often, it’s kept private in a small notebook or a smartphone app. But Moschino is taking a different approach: Why not wear it on your chest? Led by creative director Jeremy Scott, the Italian luxury brand has begun selling tees—presumably for wearing at the gym
Mary Janes, once considered the go-to footwear for kids, got a major fashion upgrade for Fall. No longer your baby’s booties, the new adult-like incarnation includes sharply pointed toes, high heels, and lots of shimmer. From major brands (Miu Miu and Manolo Blahnik) to more affordable ones (River Island and Vince Camuto), these strappy beauties are one of the season’s biggest shoe trends. Don’t just take our word for it. As of late, celebs such as Taylor Swift and Sarah Jessica Parker have been seen kicking up their heels in the fancy footwear.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
While we savor the last few weeks of summer in our bikini tops and denim cut offs, we’ll soon need to start transitioning into our fall’s best — and everyone knows a new season means a new bag. Designers are set to debut their newest IT bags, and the fact that you’ll need to drop a pretty penny to get your hands on them means most people don’t want to drop another mortgage payment on a coordinating outfit. So here’s five ways to dress your new It bag, without spending a fortune Related: 3 Key Pieces Worn 3 Ways = 9 Incredible Looks for Office, Evening, & The Weekend!3 Rules for How to Look Chic While Riding A Bike