The Italian Brand of Moschino Cheap & Chic showed yesterday for the first time in London. The creative director Rossella Jardini riffed on “makeup and Queen Elizabeth”, and the result was an ice cream-hued, royalty-gone-askew foray.”It’s about making up your life,” she said before the show. The designer Francesca Rubino presented silhouettes were vaguely ’60s and came in an eclectic palette of makeup prints, patchwork lace, and rainbow fur. Cosmetic prints plastered puff ball skirts and cocktail dresses. Patchwork lace dresses came in a delicious assortment of candy colours, while fuzzy fur boleros and bags added a cute yet kooky edge.
Everything was perfect, cares for every detail, champaign and pastel color cocktails to coddle the guests, some strawberry bellini was sublime. Flower compositions to enrich the alredy considerable interior of a Londoner house. To invocate the fashion world some meke up brushes were like temporary abandoned in the space around.The guests were curiously invited to portray them selves thanks to a special passport photo camera, and stick up their faces freely on the walls.The Brit talent Lianne La Havas transformed the acoustic atmosphere thanks to her live contribution to the fashion show. I was there here below you can have a look at some pictures of the event.
The singer Lianne La Havas
19 February 2012