Moschino Cheap and Chic Fall 2020 Collection London Fashion Week
The new Moschino Cheap and Chic fall 2020 collection really managed to stand out at this London Fashion Week fall 2020 edition. The line proved fairly distinct from the label’s regular creations proving a wonderful set of elements inspired by the city’s culture.“Take from punk culture the strongest, hardest elements and make them light. The fun is in the contrast; the electricity and energy is in the punk against the pink,” creative director Francesca Rubino told Style.com. She also noted the influence moving to London a year ago had on the newest offerings:”But to do punk in London is a bit like making pizza in Naples! So it is not really just punk: Punk goes to couture.”
With such clear concept in mind, the new Moschino Cheap & Chic fall 2020 collection definitely proved an interesting blend of style elements which were clearly set on making a strong style statement. The preferred way of softening punk culture elements and transforming them? Pink. Playfully bold and eye-catching, the new options proved amazingly refreshing being one of the main highlights of this London Fashion Week 2020 edition.
Animal prints, stripes, polka dots and a host of other fab options are definitely among the most spectacular elements of the new season looks from the Moschino Cheap& Chic options. Fur pieces seem a strong element for the new season looks being among the go-to options for those who wish to tackle the statement looks with a seasonal vibe without too much effort. Subtle feminine and sporty blends paired with such opulent pieces might just be the right option for you if you’re willing to tackle an edgy style with a fun twist.
Another addition that made the Moschino Cheap & Chic fall 2020 collection stand out at London Fashion Week were the accessories. Strappy platforms with a masculine vibe, guitar-shaped bags or simply bold toned handbags are among the most striking elements chosen to complete the multitude of fab ensembles which stole the spotlight.
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