Under the creative vision of Creative Director, Jeremy Scott, on January 2020, Moschino presented its Fall / Winter collection in Milan.
From the gilded extravagances of Marie Antoinette to the candy-bright colors of Tokyo, Jeremy Scott’s collection is all about fantasy, fun—and a bit of irony. The palette is packed with frosting-pastels and hyper-saturation. Shapes are extra-exaggerated. The surreal gets sugar-coated. Farthingale and pannier-waist dresses are morphed into new silhouettes with hybridised hoodies or moto-jackets. As a cherry on top, Scott’s finale evening gowns—designed to mimic tiered cakes—act as a tongue-in-cheek take on Marie Antoinette’s famous alleged quote.
Italian show producers, Random, reached out to to the a creative studio I was creative producer for at the time in London, Satore, to implement lighting design for the show.
Our brief entailed lighting design that would complement the stage design. In a large warehouse, the set built comprised of a very long mirrored-glazed runway with a mock up facade of a French palace, similar to Versailles. Lighting was bright enough to expose the materials of the collection, especially for the photographer's area. Overall we brought a very moody, vintage, candle light type of atmosphere to the show and the music.
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