Moschino AW13

90s micro-minis and a love affair with tartan makes for an Italian Highland fling

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Mixing a soundtrack of Oasis, Blur, and a symphony of bagpipes, it was clear that there was a real clash of references at Moschino this season. There were micro tartan kilts, double-breasted riding jackets, and fringe-heavy suede coats, all given Moschino attitude with the inclusion of oversized gold earrings and gold studded embellishments.

The mini, and at times, box-like silhouettes, echoed the luxury teenage power dressing of the 90s. Shut up! We're, like, so talking the wardrobe of (now classic) movie 'Clueless'. Whilst this season's colour palette developed with each look, moving from pop reds to forest greens, into a monochromatic ending of black on white.

However, 'clueless' in the dictionary sense of the word this was not, with a very considered take on the extra details; the bow ties, the pussy bows, and embroidered gold Moschino crests. The fringed leather pouches slung round the waist and the tartan trimmed hats told the story of an Italian Highland fling.

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Hair: Sam McKnight

Makeup: Tom Pecheux

Models pictured: Suvi Koponen (@SuviMK), Josephine Letutour (@JosephineLT_), Hanne Gaby Odiele (@hannegabysays), Manon Leloup (@ManonLeLoup), Juliana Schurig (@juliana_schurig), Nastya Kusakina (@Kusakina_Nastya), Maud Welzen (@MaudWelzen93), Ji Hye Park (@JiHyePark0206), Marine Deleeuw (@DeleeuwMarine

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