Graphic obsession is the thing for many fashion houses and brands this warm season and it has caught the attention of the designers at luxurious fashion house Moschino too. Fronting Hanne Gaby Odiele and Juliana Schurig, the newest Moschino spring/summer 2013 campaign shows a line of black and white looks dedicated to the graphic trend of the new season. The campaign was shot in Milan, Italy by Juergen Teller.
The Moschino spring/summer 2013 campaign is perhaps one of the best illustrations of the versatile and extremely wearable looks. Black and white are proved to be timeless trends and they flatter almost everyone. Moreover, these graphic printed cool looks can be sported almost on any occasion, whether it’s a formal one, a special evening out or a walk through the city.
Pop art patterns and mod dresses of the Moschino spring/summer 2013 collection perfectly reveal the source of inspiration behind these creations, which is the impeccable style of sixties. The collection brings an array of A-line mini dresses, skirts and blouses, pants, blazers and coats featuring graphic patterns, but also playfully pretty yellows, candy pinks and blues, as well as wild floral prints. No wonder, the Moschino spring/summer 2013 collection will be the ultimate selection of many fashionisers this warm season!
Photos courtesy of Moschino