What if the candlestick on “Beauty and the Beast” went psycho and burned the fort down?
Designer Jeremy Scott is understood for his spectacle up to his “flashy and unashamedly trashy offerings,” because the New York Times tells it. On Thursday he despatched his fashions down the runway in Milan dressed in a torn and tattered-looking Moschino’s Fall/Winter ’16/17 assortment that seemed like he took Beauty and the Beast to CBGB and set it on hearth.
Although there have been quite a few scorched-earth attire, veils and robes chained to appear to be a dancing skeleton is coming at you, essentially the most memorable glance by way of some distance used to be at the type who attempted to stroll elegantly whilst dressed in a large tiered chandelier.
Stella Bugbee, the editorial director for New York Magazine’s The Cut, stuck the glance on Instagram:
In Scott’s Moschino, the wonder is the beast.
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