While vibrant colors graced the mini-dresses, pants and tops, taking hints of Space Age, Pop Art, and Hippy influences, an aura of femininity invaded Moschino Spring Summer 2013 runway through a journey of the 60’s flower power, featuring lots of flowers and hearts prints on geometric lines that evoke elegant sophistication and unpredictable personalities of a woman.
The beauty of the Sixties came to this parade with voluminous hair atop the head, along with neat retro styling that abused sheaths, jumpsuits, pencil pants, and mini- skirts, which then combined even more fabulous with the use of retro sunglasses and exaggerated riding caps, big earrings and vintage bracelets, gloves and belts with visible logo. Not to mention, the monochrome striped detailing worked well its way onto collars and pocket details too.
As the appearance of the sixties of Audrey Hepburn’s chic looking styles as well as stripes patterns in both horizontal and vertical gave the strongest hints for the next season’s trends, plenty of vibrant, fresh, and adorable prints also stood out along with flattering pairing accessories such as shimmering handbags and clutches that always coordinated with the clothes, and bejeweled sandals with sequins and crystal appliqués. All complemented the classy glamour of the collection, giving another wake-up call to welcome the cheerful, summer bright.
From geometry transformed into diamond formation, there was a moment when this Sixties siren embraced the inner Queen of Hearts as sequin continued with more sequins along with huge daisies and hearts. As for double breasted coats, which were one stars of designer Rosella Jardini’s Winter 2013 collection, they came back this season in cropped versions and with ¾ sleeves more suitable for hot days. Meanwhile alongside the mosaic mirror shift dresses, other little dresses were patch-worked together resembling the fun we found in the garden like green grass shades and floral prints, which then blooms coming to life at the shoulder.