Florence, Italy – Jeremy Scott's spring summer man wants to have his cake and eat it too. With the decadent spirit of Louis XVI and the reckless one of a motocross stuntman, the Moschino man is a high roller who just does not know when to quit – especially when it comes to partying, sex, and fashion sense.
Models donning powder and pomade-laden 18th century hairstyles were draped in Rococo fashion ensembles that included lavish brocade tailcoats and tights, plume hair accents, flamboyant ruffled underwear and tuxedo shirts, and sultry black lace and black beaded outfits for evening wear. This naughty prince look was cross-pollinated with looks from the Pro-racing world – lycra biker shorts and racing jumpsuits.
Adding even more confusion to the mix were the one-dimensional cartoon images plastered onto some of the silky looks – infusing the collection with Scott's signature ironic humor.
Ever the joker, Scott emblazoned "More Scores Than Casanova" on a simple black t-shirt, just in case anyone in the crowd didn't understand that the Moschino man gets exactly what he wants in and out of the bedroom.
Each look was topped off with elaborate renditions of monarchical crowns, which Scott eventually wore himself, proclaiming himself King as he strolled into the party at Florence's Palazzo Corsini, arm in arm, with the Queen of the night, Katy Perry.