Moschino Pre-Fall 2014

Pics from Moschino’s pre-fall 2014 collection and I love them! This is the first collection for Jeremy Scott since he was inaugurated as creative director of the brand, and it’s looking pretty good. There’s the classic Moschino logo branded items and the bags that are shaped in clothing. Then the fun scripts on oversized t-shirts, and a new take on printing silhouettes on pieces of clothing (I’d much rather go for the slip print on trench here than the bikini on T-shirts at your local surf shop, wouldn’t you?).

I first learned about Moschino through my mom’s closet – which introduced me to the brand’s eccentric and cheeky designs. After viewing this collection I have a feeling Jeremy Scott is going to do what Carol Lim and Humberto Leon did for KENZO. Even though the brand has been around for decades, it hasn’t been spoken about for quite awhile. I can’t wait to see what Jeremy Scott continues to do for the brand, hope he’ll inject a breath of new air into the brand.


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About Too Poor for Couture

A girl who loves fashion enough to slave away in the industry. For fun, for hobby, for inspiration, but definitely not for money (unfortunately). I don't study fashion like it's the bible nor do I know everything about it. Fashion should be fun, expressive, and effortless. Too Poor for Couture is my chronicle of fashion related thoughts, news, outfits, and randoms of a normal girl on a normal budget working un-glamorously through the fashion industry.
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