For their spring/summer 2012 collections, famous fashion designers have used various muses, among them being lots of unbelievable and crazy ones. And what predicts Moschino Cheap & Chic for the upcoming season is an extremely delicious and flirtatious spring. The adorable Moschino Cheap & Chic spring 2012 collection, showcased on the farmer’s market background during Milan Fashion Week, charms from the very first sight, so take a peek and pick your favorites for the next season.
Moschino Cheap & Chic creative designer, Rosella Jardini has found her inspiration in nature and transferred all her delicious fantasies into a super stylish collection, titled “Beautyfood”. The beautiful, mouth-watering collection of Moschino Cheap & Chic debuted with a cute strawberry inspired puffed sleeve dress, which was really a fascinating beginning of the sweet show. Despite the great abundance of fruit inspired pieces, the Moschino Cheap & Chic spring 2012 collection also featured a generous amount of vintage details that came to spice things up with a dreamy and romantic allure.
The lovely Moschino Cheap & Chic spring 2012 collection is flooded with puffy sleeve dresses, classic Sixties inspired dresses, patchwork details and blazer ensembles. Since details make a great difference, Moschino Cheap & Chic totally concentrated on this concept, which was more than visible in the adorable designs. The echoing flirty floral motifs, apple, grapes and strawberry prints, sun rays and grass details as well as onion and pepper buttons injected a fun touch and a flirty and girlish vibe into the entire fashion line.
In terms of color, Moschino Cheap & Chic has used timeless black, white and nude shades, but also lively warm tones, like green, pink, yellow, blue, colors, which looked extremely in line with the impressive prints and the beautiful tailoring of the outfits. So lovely and stylish, the chic looks featured in the Moschino Cheap & Chic spring 2012 line have a great perspective to become your favorites in the new season!
Photos courtesy of WWD
Photographed by Mauricio Miranda