Moschino drag us into the court of Marie Antoinette

Inevitably Jeremy Scott surprised us again, his love for the show and the special effects made this show a real leap into the past.

Already the invitation was a sugary and rosy anticipation that should have already made us think of an incredibly unique show.

The first clothes to appear are in the name of the Ancien Régime: first of all the catwalk, a hall of mirrors of Versailles topped with brilliant chandeliers; follow the clothes, which recall those of the ladies of the time.

Maxi skirts, corsets and bows, but also lace jabot, sleeves with ruches and typically masculine pants revisited in denim. Those who love that pre-Revolution historical period see their memories moved. Cartoon-inspired characters appear on shirts and bags. A baguette turns into a clutch, the powder puff in a hairy maxi bag and on the décolleté decorations appear that look like meringues that have just come out of a piping bag.