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Moschino's Menswear Remains Daring for Resort 2024


Despite Jeremy Scott's departure from the brand's management in March, Moschino made a triumphant comeback on Tuesday with the introduction of its Resort 2024 menswear collection, which is safely defined by the House's eccentric codes that Scott so deeply ingrained in its DNA over the course of his ten years in charge.

In the first few shots, separates of all kinds are adorned with an antique flowery pattern. A mesh version displays the human form; corset-like designs hold long sleeves and blazers in  place; and classic logo t-shirts have the graphic flow down the wearer's arms. Tops are tied at the waste to let extra fabric flow downward. Next, a white mid-section corset fits snugly under a green jumper featuring an embroidered teddy bear and a puffer jacket with the label's iconographic logo that looks great with white riding boots.

Beige outfits with knit sweaters, work shirts, and to-the-knee shorts are splattered with paint, and denim is cut into inside-out jeans, high-waisted cuts, and sleeveless tops with logos. A slew of all-black outfits featuring tank tops, motocross jackets, leather coats and straight trousers provide a toned-down take on Scott's previously outrageous endeavors. Meanwhile, a variety of enormous suits complement the contemporary man's wardrobe. The collection is finished with a similar silk top that has an ornate wraparound closure and a teal tone that dictates corduroy shorts and a branded tee.

This Moschino collection was neither a disaster nor a triumph, but it did include certain things you'd enjoy wearing for much longer than just one brief interlude, most notably a stunning oversized biker.




Photo Courtsey: Vogue Runway

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