Designer Jeremy Scott presented MOSCHINO Fall Winter 2021.22 Men’s Collection, that was inspired by Old Hollywood and post-impressionism. The collection pays tribute to movie legends such as Humphrey Bogart, Dana Andrews and Edward G Robinson, and post-impressionist painters Paul Cézanne and Paul Gauguin. Moschino and Jeremy Scott stayed true to optimism, and encourage everyone to stay inspired and dream.
Fashion photographer Marcus Mam captured Fall Winter 2021.22 lookbook featuring models Alexis Chaparro, Brandon Good, and Noah Luis Brown. Beauty is work of hair stylist Sofia Car, makeup artist Lottie, and manicurist Yoko Sakakura. In charge of set design was Thomas Thurnauer.
The collection begins with a series of jackets, including topcoats, perfectos, car coats, and parkas. Painted free-form prints, in the visual realm of Cézanne and Gauguin, appear on lapels, double-breasted closures, pockets and plackets. The effect renders each garment as an easel, and every piece is thus finished with a balance of shadow and highlight, motion and emotion, and the conceptual and the tangible. Coats give way to printed jumpers and animated blazers, ranging in treatment from grayscale argyle to lively, velvet-effect shading.
A pair of three-piece suits, waistcoats included, wink to the nostalgic silver screen stylings of Humphrey Bogart, Dana Andrews and Edward G. Robinson. There is even a shawl-lapel tuxedo, glimmering with a nocturnal palette; those deep lavenders, midnight cobalts and muted noirs that blend together to create a dreamy evening vignette. These silhouettes also recall something of a midcentury Tinseltown thrum, only updated for the now. The lineup then morphs into daytime, with paint-effect tracksuits, cargo jackets, hoodies, sweatpants, and denim, each rendered with brushstroke motifs. – from Moschino