Following the idea that artists inspire the world, Moschino debuted a bold and playful collection of garments inspired by Picasso and his muses.

References to Cubism, music, and bullfighting were made with paintbrush-stroke prints, paraded down a runway featuring an enormous gold  frame. Models sported looks like a black gown painted with the body of a skeleton; a fully framed artwork-turned-dress; and a shiny gold blazer fashioned after the body of a cello. Each wore a bold red lip and a slick bun, which had been styled with dabs of colorful paint.

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