Under the creative vision of Creative Director, Jeremy Scott, on September 2019, Moschino presented its Spring / Summer collection in Milan.
Jeremy flirted with fine art this season, taking inspiration from Pablo Picasso’s expansive oeuvre — the Cubist guitar assemblage sculptures, the Spanish matadors, the doves of peace — all with a heavy dose of humour. The collection featured colours, themes and even abstract images from the famous artist’s works, and it’s truly like a living art gallery.
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 runway holding of a very large-scale and ornate, gold Gilded Victorian frame. 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.
Disclaimer : Photographs are my own, by Gio Staiano & property of external sources.