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Saturday, 22 February 2014

SEVENTY-FIVE/ moschino fw 14

If you know anything about me, chances are you know how much I love fast food. Yes the greasy, salty, oh so bad for you food that you order from a speaker box and that is prepared for you in less than five minutes. Everybody has their vices. For some it is alcohol, some smoke, some are chocoholics, for me it's McDoubles. I can just hear the gasps and snide remarks coming from some of you that are reading this but fast food is definitely not something I indulge in every day and even if it was, that's none of your business either. I am well aware of how bad it is for your health, but I'm not trying to prove anything to anyone. This post isn't about how I'm a glutton, it is actually about fashion.

I just want to start by saying that Jeremy Scott is such an inspiration to me. He takes images that most people day dream (or hallucinate about, let's be real) and turns them into tangible pieces of art. When I saw the latest Moschino runway I was absolutely awestruck when I saw the first couple of looks. It looked very Coco Chanel meets Ronald McDonald and needless to say I was smitten. My two loves, fast food and fashion, together at last. I must have watched the first couple of looks upwards of twenty times on repeat and I'm currently day dreaming of the day when I can hold the Happy Meal-esque bag in my arms. Now, if only theses fast food style pieces could be available at fast fashion prices, I would definitely die happy.

I of course loved the other American snack food and pop culture related pieces but the McDonald's ones stood out to me the most due to the reasons stated above. I'm so curious to know what everyone's thoughts are on these looks; I know I can't be the only one who is in love with them.

source: delrio-world

source: vogue 


  1. i'm not sure if i love or hate this collection, but i think jeremy scott did a good job! xx

    1. It's definitely unique, there's no disputing that! Jeremy Scott is such a modern day genius, everything he does is so out there and wild.