Published: October 15, 2019

Picasso Collection by Moschino

Picasso Collection by MoschinoNude man and woman

Fashion designer Jeremy Scott, creative director of Moschino, presented a rather bold and interesting spring-summer 2020 collection at Milan Fashion Week. He drew ideas and mood from the paintings, sculptures and art objects of PabloPicasso, one of the most famous representatives of the modernist "pantheon" .

Picasso Collection by MoschinoHarlequin

Each image was formed on the basis of works performed in the cubic genre.The audience in the hall watched with surprise and admiration asPicasso'ssurrealistic paintingswere embodied in the form of sculptural compositions from fabric and leather.We must pay tribute to the sense of make-up artist's style - the models had a neat and modest make-up, which allowed to maintain balance, prevent an excess of cubism on the podium and expose the images in all its glory.

Picasso Collection by MoschinoMinotaur

And even bright strokes of paint on tight tufts of hair did not distract the audience from the main characters of the art exhibition.Large jewelry, original clutches in the form of paintings with gilded frames and buckets with paint looked harmonious on the models.

Picasso Collection by MoschinoGuitar

Spectators of the show had the opportunity to look at the revivedmasterpieces: "Avignon girls", "Guitar", "Woman in a beret and a plaid dress", "Harlequin".And, of course, Jeremy Scott could not ignore the minotaur, so beloved by the surrealist.

Picasso Collection by MoschinoSailorPicasso Collection by MoschinoAvignon girlsPicasso Collection by MoschinoWoman in a beret and plaid coat


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