Moschino Resort 2015 Collection

Posted on June 16, 2014

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[Photo Credit: Moschino]

    • Julie Chase

      JESUSGODNO

      • Lucía Gavello

        What is WRONG with these people? The last collection was laughable, this is agressively ugly!

      • Alyssa_T_Robot

        when i see multiple collections like this from the same fashion house, i can’t help but wonder if the designer hates women.

        • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

          As well as people from a low income bracket.

    • James

      Uhhh.

      • Rhonda Shore

        I wouldn’t even take out the garbage in these clothes.

    • RussellH88

      It’s like Ke$ha, Katey Perry, and Miley Cyrus creationg a clothing line together.

      • Introspective

        in short a fucking bad idea if there ever was one.

        moschino, go home. youre drunk.

      • http://piblet.tumblr.com/ Anastasia

        and then an 18-wheeler truck filled with Coca Cola cans crashed into the factory.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ Alicia

      If only the ring pull on that dress was a little lower down for the authentic queef experience.

      I feel like Miley Cyrus would wear the hell out of all of this and that is not a compliment.

      • Jessica Freeman

        My first thought when I saw the mesh ‘dress’.

        • kimmeister

          Mine was, “Wow, nice abs.”

    • Jessica Freeman

      #no

    • Danielle

      Miley Cyrus, your collection has arrived.

    • Anna

      For pop stars only. I see Rihanna in outfit #3 and Miley in #7.

    • http://attiresmind.blogspot.com/ Kiltdntiltd

      Oh my good LORD. There are, among the massive amounts of crazy a few pieces worth considering, but most of this? I can’t stop laughing.

      • Kitten Mittons

        I laughed the whole way through, starting with look #2. Long-sleeved ruffled blouse with collar fully buttoned, overall shorts, quilted fanny pack AND a quilted purse, blinged out ankle strap heels, and crimped pony tail on the top of her head. Because FASHION.

        If toddler-hooker-grandma style is a thing, I’ll wait for the next fad.

        Also, I know everyone else has mentioned Miley Cyrus already, but that model could be her sister. They are clearly targeting a specific look and market segment. Good on them that their message is so clear, but I feel for the people who have to sit around all day and say, “What Would Miley Wear?” Bleh.

        • KateShouldBeWorking

          Look 2 made me want to punch someone; possibly myself, I don’t really care whom.

          • Kitten Mittons

            I think it was Look 16, the blue tracksuit thingy, that really made me start getting violent. Up til then it was mostly good-humored pointing-and-laughing.

            The purse in Look 8 reeeeeaaaally didn’t help, though.

            And the black mesh/spandex two-piece outfit in the thumbnails. I do own up to slapping a bobble-head on my desk after seeing that one. Black. Mesh. Spandex. With a giant fanny-pack protecting her modesty.

            • Danielle

              I saw red at the pseudo-McDonalds drive-thru worker outfit, visor and all.

            • Kitten Mittons

              “Honey, I don’t care how much you paid for the tickets. I am simply NOT going to the opera until I find my giant, poofy, Coca-Cola logo-emblazoned cape! You might as well stop pouting help me look.”

            • Danielle

              HYSTERICAL! At first glance, I read “caca-caca logo” which fits, too.

            • Kitten Mittons

              It does. It really, really does.

            • demidaemon

              I think I started getting stabby with the first look. It’s probably because I already had a headache and these clothes were not helping.

            • Kitten Mittons

              Migraine inducing, for sure.

          • marlie

            Look #2 is awful, but #3 is the one that started making me rage-y.

        • demidaemon

          You know what’s really amazing about this collection? The utter hideousness of the clothing has almost completely distracted us from the terrible styling. It’s quite an amazing feat.

          • Kitten Mittons

            ALMOST. Almost.

            Dat crimped hair, though.

            • demidaemon

              I KNOW. What is that anyways? What does it mean?

            • Kitten Mittons

              It means someone bought mine off ebay!!!

            • demidaemon

              HA! Well, I hope you made a killing off of Moschino. God knows they aren’t doing anything great with their money.

          • marlie

            Oh, I noticed the crimped hair. More bad memories…

      • Anna

        The granny-in-the-casino track suit really got me.

      • FuhUgh

        But I flipping LOVE that first trench coat and the bandana coat dress.

    • BLauD

      Names blazoned across clothing has always struck me as a bit tacky, but that seems to be the least tacky part of this collection. Holy moly, it’s a lot of cray.

      • Donna Tabor

        Seriously. If I wanted to be a walking billboard for somebody, they’d damn well better pay me to do it.

        • evave2

          The aggressive naming on the purses (not the little bitty name in the corner but MOSCHINO across the whole purse bugged me too.
          HOWEVER I thought the shoes were cute (except for the wedges, just NO).
          Again I am wondering WHERE this resort is.
          The clothes looked like kind of Eurotrashy type venues, clubs or concerts. But I can’t imagine the resort somebody would wear this.
          I’d be flopping around in my flip flops and jeans-that-make-me-look-slightly-LESS-pudgy with a ruffled top and see this girl and go “oh.”

    • http://www.snoskred.org/ Snoskred

      Hmm. I don’t know who could possibly have made all these bags, clothes and shoes, because they didn’t print their name all over their stuff, sometimes in really ugly ways. :)

    • Jennica Brocious

      Clothes for the only the tackiest of pop stars. I really don’t understand how any of these would be considered beautiful. I feel like its a classy Halloween in food wrappers.

    • Jennifer Bober

      If you have to put your name all over it, it’s not couture.

    • NMMagpie

      Not digging the Miley vibe here at all. However, the soda can dress is pretty great all on its own.

    • schadenfreudelicious

      I am going to have to come up with a new word for crazy, cause batshit doesn’t quite cover this one…

    • Capt. Renault

      Enh, it’s fun. As you can obviously tell by the model’s expression.

    • KateMaryC

      Serious question: Is this really intended for sale, to be worn? It seems more like design for the sake of design (albeit not that original, seeing as those pop culture references have been pretty common).

    • Anapestic

      I think #6 is not awful. The one that’s a giant red bandana made me smile, and it seems like it would work as a costume in a Broadway musical based on the hanky code.

      Those are the nicest things I can think of to say about this.

      • Lower L

        #6 Kills me with the way the model is pointing to one of the 8327 Moschino labels on that outfit. How did they pick that particular one?

    • FrigidDiva

      It’s a good thing they put their name on every single piece because the level of tacky didn’t give away who the designer was.

    • Introspective

      so this is tired and terrible and a waste of everyone’s time.

    • JR Labrador

      Irony is the new tacky.

    • Sophie

      I strangely enough rather like #11. And where have I seen the pink net ensemble (how strange to type out) before?

    • Sarah

      Not only do these clothes look like Miley Cyrus clothes, but the MODEL looks like Miley Cyrus. I dislike the collection, to put it mildly.

    • Victoria Anzalone

      STILL?

    • anneshirley

      The model reminds me of Helena from Orphan Black. That is the best thing about this collection. Also, when I think “resort” I always think of leather jackets, pencil skirts, and pink tweed shorts-overalls.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      I kind of like the black & gold pumps, and the paisley sandals. Other than that, a big LOSER of a collection. Actually, I take that back….loser to me implies that someone tried and failed. This just looks like something created as a dare, while high with a bunch of frat guys. The execs in the Moschino offices are chuckling, incredulous, that anyone would actually buy and wear this junk in public.

      • demidaemon

        Somebody will, unfortunately. Hopefully, we won’t have to look at them.

    • AndieJay

      Good if you’re a 15 year old with no taste and a lot of money. I guess.

    • Innuendo

      #14 is cute, and I kind of like #19 in a sort of Warhol/Lichtenstein way. The rest, no way.

    • http://phantomminuet.blogspot.com/ MinAgain

      Too much branding. Otherwise, I would really like the first coat, the 16th ensemble, and the shoes.

    • sienna elm

      Are they trying to do a post-couture couture thing here?

    • Lower L

      Tacky and vulgar. And tacky.

      • jilly_d

        Also, tacky.

        • Kent Roby

          And, I must add, tacky.

          • rh33

            And, oh, it’s tacky.

    • Slanted & Enchanted

      Someone came into my work last week with a phone case with one of those terrible McDonald Moschino logos from their last collection. Only in Beverly Hills, man. It was ugly in real life too, big surprise.

      Anyway, I don’t like this either.

    • Wink

      Kudos to the model for not laughing her ass off while wearing these horrible clothes … unless she doesn’t realize they’re horrible. Oh, I’m sad now.

    • Kimmu

      I am having serious flashbacks to my misspent youth in the 90s.

      I am not ready for the 90s to be old to be retro, or for anyone to think 90s retro is a good thing

    • CommentsByKatie

      I feel like it is trying too hard. CONSUMERISM! ART! That theme is so played out right now.

      • Mona_Visa

        Agreed. If a collection is supposed to be ironic, I still expect to be able to see something beautiful in it. I still expect that much at least. There’s nothing for the eye here.

    • BlairBear

      I feel like Jeremy Scott is in on the joke and not trying to be oh so edgy and profound. I like it as art not as clothing out in the wild

    • Glam Dixie

      I can’t even. This is so dumb I started getting irritated at the poor model.

    • RescueMe23

      Why?

    • queen b*tch

      I am definately getting old – I just can’t with this.

    • Mona_Visa

      It’s everything I hated about the 80’s *and* 90’s in one collection. No, no, no.

    • juniper

      the clothes are not for me so I totally went ANTM on this post:
      how could they choose that girl for the collection?
      Does she only have one facial expression/angle?
      And what did they do to her hair?

      I mean she photographs well but wtheck?

    • Bad Idea Jeans

      AB FAB. The model looks like young Patsy, the clothes scream Edina Monsoon. Which is a back-handed way of agreeing that these are dead awful. But I am loving how the overall-shorts make the model look pregnant.

    • Nancer

      What the fug is this? Moshino is trolling us…..

    • MilaXX

      Fugly waste.

    • boweryboy

      I’m not feeling this at all. It’s looks cheap and not so chic.

    • Starts with K

      In general- this is horrible. Really really bad. Consumerism at its worst while also seemingly mocking consumerism. It’s bad.
      However, I am intrigued by the fabric in the last pieces. It reminds me of origami (like the origami Starburst wrapper prom dress). A close up looks like it’s fish-scale. Does anyone have more background on this fabric?

    • mmebam

      Not going to lie, I’m feeling some kind of way about number seven…

    • KES4K

      Moschino…for when Juicy Couture-tacky just isn’t expensive enough.

      • Kitten Mittons

        That. Is. Hilarious.

    • Gatto Nero

      Moschino — cheap and … cheap.

    • Kent Roby

      This is exactly the fuckery I expected with Jeremy Scott being at the helm of Moschino. Ugh, “Next!”

    • FibonacciSequins

      Too much winking, not enough designing.

    • formerlyAnon

      There are a few pieces that aren’t awful.

      Why the hell do people want to make themselves walking billboards for a brand? And it’s not even as if Moschino is a particularly aspirational brand. (To use gag-worthy jargon.)

      • demidaemon

        I actually found a couple of the trenchcoats not objectionable. And a few of the bedazzled dresses weren’t awful. But pretty much everything else was horrid.

    • Firecat

      It’s so Die Antwoord, though!

    • jilly_d

      straight fug.

    • clevRcat

      Can something be both fun and ugly?

    • poorellensmith

      The only thing missing is the TLC “Hat to da back” soundtrack.

    • rkdgal

      Oh, a lifetime of NOs are not enough. (Of course, 1985 me would have LOVED it. Please banish it back in time, where it belongs.)

    • kimmeister

      Whoa, I had a visceral reaction to the shorty overalls combined with a ruffled blouse. Also to the oversized baseball caps. The rest I can pass off as kitschy pop art. However, I am a bit saddened that many of the shoes would actually be really cute if they weren’t emblazoned with the huge honking label.

    • Yoshio

      I am finding the bandana coat very appealing. I can see it tossed over jeans and a little tee, pencil skirt, tee, etc. (sans the bandana belt) but that’s all I got.

    • Vanja

      Why do they think that people want to look like a walking advertising column?! No, just no.

    • TamraLS

      “Chav”tastic!

    • Whever

      There is a LOT of classism going on in this collection, from the repetitious labelling to the bandana motif. I live in Chicago, I see people dressed in ways that this collection mimics all the time, and I can guarantee you they did not pay semester-in-college prices for their clothes. This just turns my stomach.

    • KinoEye

      Oh, HELL NO. From the crimped (!) hair to the obnoxious labels to the vapid model who looks like Miley Cyrus, NO!

    • unbornfawn

      Suitable for very young pop stars.

    • Susan Velazquez

      Gee, I wonder who the designer is….

    • KT

      HORRIFYING. This collection is for wealthy Europeans who want to dress up like an American for Halloween.

    • http://cakesandcakesvintage.blogspot.com cakesandcakesvintage

      I have to echo everyone else who sees Miley Cyrus. Even if the clothes didn’t say it, the fact that the model is her doppelganger totally does.

    • Sadie-Ann

      I kinda want the soda cape just because it is so ridiculous.

      The trench coat isn’t terrible?

      • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

        Interesting that you read it as soda, I read that print as beer-box à la Budweiser.

        • Sadie-Ann

          I assumed it was a play off the coke logo. It’s easier to see on some of the other pieces.

    • Noah

      PROFOUNDLY irritating.

    • WittyCism

      This Homage to Miley saddens me. I remember being a fresh college grad entering a Moschino shop in Italy (Yes, a loooong, long time ago.) to be waited upon by a mature Italian gentleman, listening to his explanations on the leather of the belts, the cut of the pants, all in his beautiful lilting accent. Sigh!

    • Tracy_Flick

      Jesus H. Christ, that bag made of child’s overalls is the creepiest thing I think I’ve ever seen in fashion. Toddler torso is not OK.

    • http://www.lippsisters.com/ Deborah Lipp

      The intense influence of hip-hop culture and the ultra-blonde model is just a gross combination.

      • Whever

        This is barely a collection, it’s more straight-up mockery.

    • Synnae

      I see so many outfits on Miley. Or Katy. Or Rita Ora.

      I also see the entire early nineties…

    • hellkell

      It’s fun, but wow, what a narrow market for this. That said, I really want the soda can platforms.

    • Mr. J.

      Ugly. And ridiculous.

    • http://trooperschaf.blogspot.de/ TrooperSchaf

      high end white trash hookerware??? I don’t know…

    • zmayhem

      The overalls would be kind of cute on my 7-year-old, and the last two dresses are rather pretty (and I bet they look amazing in motion), but by then it’s too little too late. The only way to punish Moschino adequately for that parade of atrocities preceding the two pretties is by rejecting all of it, with extreme prejudice. I’m sorry, two rather pretty dresses — if someone less horrible and more affordable knocks you off, I’ll be right there to snap you up, and I know it’s not your fault, but I fear I must be like an Austen dowager and shun you for having such atrocious siblings.

      • demidaemon

        Love your response. You said what I said, only in a more humorous and beautiful way, which is more than these clothes deserve.

        • zmayhem

          ::blushes:: Thanks! It’s one of my goals in life to refer *everything* back to Jane Austen.

          • demidaemon

            That’s a goal that deserves recognition!

    • somebody blonde

      About 1/3 of these are sassy and wearable, but the rest are just tacky. I like the “drink Moschino” dress with the pull tab though. If the whole collection had looked more vintage, like that one, it might have almost worked.

    • YoungSally

      This is classic Moschino — sorta graffiti, sorta tongue in cheek, often beautifully constructed, but nothing that I would wear. Although the perfume in the early 90s was great!

    • Dany

      This collection should be titled tacky and hideous by moschinotaste.

    • frannyprof

      HATE. But, then, I’m not the target consumer.

    • LJCdoc

      I am clearly not in this brand’s target demographic. Thank god.

    • kategs

      yuck. no on every level conceivable.

    • suzq

      Number 17 is serving up some Golden Girls realness.

    • Lily

      Calling MILEY CYRUS!

    • Lily

      I actually can kind of stand behind, if I close one eye and walk into the far corner of the room then turn my screen just so, one or two of the colorful pop-bottle-inspired pieces, especially the knits. The rest of it is one big FUGLY NO.

    • http://angrynerdgirl.net/ Jessi03

      Is it a joke?

    • unpious

      I respect the work and commitment to an April Fool’s joke here, although I suspect the joke would have landed better if it were still April.

    • Kirstin McAulay

      nope, nope, nope…. nope (and please say crimping is NOT coming back…)

    • Myra Amler

      Largely unattractive. The sixteenth picture reminds me of a fast food workers uniform. Could be the visor.

    • Synnamin

      UGH. I guess the 90s really are back.

    • crash1212

      I can’t with the billboard clothes.

    • Ann VerWiebe

      In my younger days, I would have found this fun. Although, it’s so label-aggressive – even if you like kitsch, this is over the top.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_QFW22QV426LUOEPGASPZJWJMDE MishaFoomin

      Do the clothes actually get sold like this, with the name plastered all over tastelessly? I’m asking seriously.
      Because I wonder if there are enough people who would buy all this as is to keep the design house in business.

    • Oekmama

      The red bandana dress, the red sheath sans Coke Cape and can-clutch. The rest is craptastic. Remember Tim Gunn: who’s your girl and where’s she going? Answer: Miley Cyrus, because I want people to take pictures of my clothes…

    • demidaemon

      It varies between cute and acceptable ( a couple of the trenches and looks towards the end) and being a smorgasbord of various kinds of ugly and tacky. The first couple of looks set the tone, in a bad way, so that nothing afterwards would redeem it. Pretty much a NO.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      It takes a lot of money to look this cheap. If only any of this was as fun/clever as anything Dolly’s done. I was on the fence about the McDonald’s collection, but this is quite solidly Too Far. “Oh what a scream! I’m dressed as a poor person today! Beer and NASCAR, y’all, where’s my bologna?”

    • crashtestbonnie

      So… this is early 90s retro in the worst way, right? Especially the denim overall bag?? Just me? Ok, that’s cool [I'm freaking too old for this shit]…

    • ChelseaNH

      The sweater suit would be cute if it didn’t have the brand name all over it. I can deal with the glitter suit and the red glitter dress. That’s about it.

    • empath

      most of this is EW. The op art items are mostly cute. The blue ‘jog’ suit is hideous in every way. The last three woven plastic (?) look heavy and shapeless. The red cape is an auff PR WTF. The shirtdresses were ugly in 1978 and — guess what — they are still ugly today, …and the Moschino logo plastered over the remaining pieces screams of insecurity, fashion victimhood, and tackiness. Actually, I’d be embarrassed to have the name of my design house plastered over this ugly schmatta.

      • http://urban-gypsy.com/ Tess Danesi

        I cannot stand all that stuff emblazoned with their brand. You got it right with that trifecta. I think I like the sequin suit and dress if they are indeed sequins. The fabric kind of reminds me of the thing you used to do with weaving your gum wrappers together. It’s a toss up for worst for me between that hiddy track suit and the laughable tweed overalls.

    • Jacqueline Wessel

      Is that crimped hair thing back? There might be a few nice pieces here, but otherwise…ha ha ha.

    • DuBey2

      Man, when they commit to a look, they COMMIT.

    • Man Dala

      Who in the world (other than the Kardashian clan) would wear this?

    • lynnlee

      This makes me feel sad.

    • Dreamwr8tr

      18, 20, and 26 could be styled better. #18’s dress could be a stage outfit for a ridiculously perfect bodied performer if styled differently, #20 could work if you used either the cap, the jacket or the skirt in an outfit but only one and definitely not all three. I’d pair the #26 poncho dress with different hair and skinny jeans and some flats. Everything else is too-failed-Warhol-atrocious to bother.

    • Alloy Jane

      I see someone at Moschino loves them some Miley. I hate everything, every single “we’re so cleverly pop culture” piece of this with the exception of the naked gold sandal.

    • titaness25

      She’s styled like Miley for a reason

    • RedRaven617

      I guess I’m in the minority. It all made me smile and while I think no one over the age of 25 should wear any of it, I love the thought of seeing any number of Miley, Kesha or Rhianna styled young women wear these clothes.

      • myristica_fragrans

        i love how tacky all of it is. i think all the pieces are wearable if they change the styling.

    • PastryGoddess

      My thoughts…

      Ooohh….scrolldown fug….oooohh…trampawhoralicious….hmmmm…blergh

    • joything

      I always have to wonder, where are the resorts where looks like this are worn?

    • marlie

      Ah the 80s. Not a bit better the second time around.

    • http://tvblogster.blogspot.com Boop

      I love fashion, but hate designers who use their logo as part of the fabric pattern. Tacky, hideous self promotion. Blech.

    • quiltrx

      Two silly collections in a row? They’re in danger of becoming a joke.I think this is way too juvenile for the demographic that could probably afford this mess.
      Looks like they’ve been drinking the Miley Kool-Aid.

    • save_the_hobbit

      Are they still on their pop culture schtick? ‘Cuz it should probably stop.

    • Jacob Bowen

      WOW. That bandana dress is FABULOUS but does not fit anywhere in this collection, so they should TOTALLY do a collection with the bandana idea. ALSO, those glittery outfits (the last 3) were awesome!

      • formerlyAnon

        I agree about the last three.

    • Trickytrisha

      Kitschy, tacky, get over yourself crap.

    • W. Frame

      I want to see Yolandi in some of these getups.

    • Imasewsure

      I hate everything except for the pop-top dress near the end. I like all of the shoes that aren’t hooves. Still nothing to see here folks… move along…

    • altermyego

      Is the model doing neck exercises? Stretch to your right, then back to center, stretch to your left, and back to center……

    • Samantha Irene

      Hum… I feel like these are better than everyone is saying. If you look past the Miley Cyrus styling there is quite a bit of cute or fun or interesting in there. Not that there isn’t some tacky and horrible – but tacky doesn’t always mean that it’s unwearable by someone other than a Pop Star – in fact imagine one of your friends wearing the ‘Soda Pop’ skirt to the office or the sweater from that look out to brunch over a long line white button down shirt (or shirt dress)- it could totally work (as long as your office isn’t overly traditional).

    • MyFavoriteColorIsGlitter

      Thanks for the laugh, Moschino!!!

    • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

      No Fuck No. Unless I was 15 or so.

    • lulukittie

      I think this collection is super fun in a tacky 80s throwback way. Does anyone remember when everyone wanted those oversized rugby shirts with the Coca-cola logo on them? This reminds me of that. Moschino has always been aggressively kitschy, so no surprises there.

    • Kikishua

      I always wonder if Moschino likes the sound of his own voice as much as his designs imply.