Jeremy Scott Puts Trash Cans, Plastic Bags and Cardboard on Moschino's 2017 Fall/Winter Runway
Trash, but make it fashion.
Last season, Jeremy Scott introduced a lineup of whimsical, paper doll-like silhouettes in Moschino‘s runway presentation. For Fall/Winter 2017, the designer was here to blow everyone’s mind with a new collection that’s all about waste and recycling.
Opened by the fashion trifecta Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and her sister Bella, the show featured a range of outfits inspired by everyday trash including old magazines, shopping bags and more. Cardboard got transformed into camel coats, skirt suits and handbags, while Moschino editorials “ripped from the pages of Vogue” found home on a number of jackets, gloves and boots. In the final part of the show, we’re treated to a series of couture gowns made from household items. Scott worked his magic on garbage cans, clothes hangers, bubble wrap and shower curtains, turning them all into one-of-a-kind party dresses. Browse the gallery above to check out the runway looks.
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