Italian luxury house Moschino debuts its Ready-to-Wear Fall 2018 on the runway with colorful suits that are influenced by traditional flight attendant uniforms. The tonal designs boast smart and sophisticated silhouettes in orange, yellow, pale green, baby blue, pink and more. The beautiful circular zipper detailing is a nice touch to the monochromatic outfit, while the traditional flight attendant hat adds to the authenticity of the colorful suits.
Setting flight culture aside, it seems that Moschino also drew inspiration from the 1970s with the model's puffy hairstyles. Other noteworthy design motifs in the luxurious Ready-to-Wear Fall 2018 runway show is the collaboration between Jeremy Scott and pop artist Ben Frost, who is famous for his cartoon illustration on product packaging.
Photo CreditsL Yannis Vlamos/ Indigital.tv
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