Moschino presented its autumn 2020 collection in Milan and had an unusual reference. Jeremy Scott, creative director since 2013, was inspired by the moment of relaxation which he believes that we must face any tension in life and the starting point for this thought was the comparison of the French Revolution with the current world political scenario.
The designer knew how to converse perfectly with all his references. The modeling pattern '' Marie Antoinette '' of 1780 representing the time of the French Revolution, modernity in some fabrics such as jeans, leather and anime prints. The short dresses interpreting the miniskirts - the most emblematic piece of clothing from the 60s -, prints with an aristocratic tapestry face and the details of the pieces that referred to the cake icing - which Scott used as the moment of relaxation in the middle of the ' 'war''.
"All I can do is offer a truce. Even if you keep fighting, you will need that moment of joy. We all need something inspiring. My role on this earth has only been to spread joy and bring happiness." said Jeremy Scott about the collection.