Jeremy Scott’s spring ’16 collection for Moschino featured the label’s signature flashy footwear. Shown in Milan, the collection featured finishes typically seen in the Baroque era — think embroidered smoking slippers — but gave them a radical transformation in bright, eye-popping color combinations.
This season, Moschino focused on a smoking-slipper message. The sleek silhouette was shown again and again, in different colors and textural treatments. Some were done in solid satin, while others were embellished with sequins or metallic embroidery. Some of the simpler styles, like a black suede with floral embroidery, could actually be wearable.
Never one to shy away from a bold shoe, Scott also offered color-blocked sneakers and sandals. Certain straps had the word “couture” printed on them, as though plastering logos on leather required masterful craftsmanship. Still, Moschino’s unapologetic look-at-me aesthetic has indeed drawn customers — especially among bloggers — and this lineup will likely be a hit.
For a closer look at Moschino’s spring shoes, click through the gallery.
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