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Moschino AW17 Rat-A-Porter collection

The Moschino AW17 Rat-A-Porter collection has landed. Creative director Jeremy Scott turned his attention to recycling this season, focusing on a make-do-and-mend aesthetic. Packing materials from bubble wrap to paper bags were at the forefront of this eye-opening insight into cardboard couture. Take a look at the Moschino AW17 capsule collection here

Emily Scrivener
Emily Scrivener ,

Jeremy Scott’s Moschino show is one of the most anticipated events of Milan Fashion Week. Scott is famous for turning pop culture references into high fashion and the Moschino AW17 collection focused on ‘cardboard couture’ – the Rat-A-Porter collection saw models stepping out in dustbins, bubble wrap and Moschino-branded ‘paper bags’.

The waste not, want not theme continued throughout Moschino’s AW17 collection with Scott delivering a collection based on recycled materials. Moschino-branded plastic and paper ‘bags’ were among the highlights, and a rat motif appeared throughout. All items in the Rat-A-Porter capsule collection were available to buy immediately after the catwalk show in Milan and are guaranteed to be an instant hit with the street-style elite.

The show follows other popular Moschino capsule collections such as Ready to Bear and Barbie Girl.



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