MOSCHINO BABY KID TEEN SPRING/SUMMER COLLECTION 2022
Glamorous and imaginative, these are the key words of the new Moschino Baby Kid Teen Spring/Summer 2022 collection.
The star of the collection is the iconic Teddy Bear, proposed in different versions: we find him as a maxi-patch applied to tracksuits, t-shirts and piqué sweatshirt dresses; he is printed with a “pixel effect” on lime and strawberry-red hoodies; on surfboards he goes for vintage colours; and finally, he surprises us by appearing as an all-over print in a “lifeguard” version with funny sunglasses and colourful life jackets.
For boys, a sportier style is purposed in basketball-themed looks, where the prints are rubberised and the colours are bright. Sporty & Cool is the girl’s cheerleader-themed proposal, with embroidered pompoms decorating full-skirted dresses and satin bomber jackets.
The selection for new-borns has expanded: the Moschino Teddy Bear comes in timeless pale pinks and blues for rompers, bodysuits and accessories, and in new pastel yellows and oranges for more original gifts. T-shirts and sweatshirts with rainbow graphics pair perfectly with denim fleece shorts and dungarees, decorated with patches and embroideries. The printed popeline dresses with flounces and collars and the Tencel pinafore-dress outfits are designed for special occasions.
Inspired by the Moschino Men’s and Women’s collections, on the other hand, are the looks which feature food-themed all-over prints such as ice-cream, hot dogs and fried eggs.
Illustrated animal prints are at the heart of the Moschino Baby Kid Teen capsule entirely dedicated to girls.
Pink, lime, lemon-yellow, lilac and peach are combined on jersey, fleece, poplin, gabardine and viscose garments.
A capsule collection with sophisticated and refined tones that perfectly express the brand’s unique style.
Italian luxury brand Moschino was founded in 1983 by Franco Moschino and rose to the forefront of the international fashion scene through the ironic, tongue-in-cheek designs. In 2013, Jeremy Scott was appointed Creative Director and the brand hit a new high with his unexpected original designs that paid homage to Franco Moschino’s original concepts but were infused Scott’s unique vision and sartorial wit. The first collection created by the American designer has been presented of February 2014 on the occasion of Milano Moda Donna Fall-Winter 14-15.