Since jeremy scott took the reins at Moschino, each collection has been met with even greater anticipation than the last. And for Pre Fall 2015, Scott's delivered unfinished business.
The anticipated collection takes cues from the physicality of fashion; from the preparatory stages of garment construction to care instructions to unfinished samples. Details are magnified to exaggerated proportions, featuring tape-measure ruffling, garment marking prints and that coat hanger bag (oh my).
The collection can almost be split into three, with a sequin-heavy series for one part and a vintage Chanel feel for the last. Yet throughout there remain elements of the unfinished.
Like all modern day Moschino it is caricaturistic, a little tongue in cheek and completely covetable.