Swinging Sixties are back! Moschino’s flower power hits the catwalk at Milan Fashion Week
12:51 GMT, 21 September 2012
It was a colourful trip back in time to the swinging 60s on the Moschino catwalk in Milan today.
The brand's designer Rosella Jardini unveiled her latest collection in all its flower power glory as models donning the bright hues paraded the catwalk.
The star of the show was Audrey Hepburn who led the pack of girls in their swinging A-line shift dresses in a melange of bold and floral prints.
The swinging sixties are back with a bang according to Moschino's catwalk show in Milan today
It was all about the flower power on the Moschino catwalk as models donned bright hues
The show started with a bang as it kicked off with a series of striped outfits both stark blacks and bright whites.
Trousers took a back seat but they were cropped and matched with black or white horse-riding-style helmets.
In true 1960s style, the colour palette was filled with bold reds and mustard tones and complimented by the mode's huge Amy Winehouse style beehives and heavy smoky eyes as 'Let's have a good time' boomed through the speakers.
Monochrome with stark blacks and whites were key show features as well as bold stripes
Models wore huge beehives and thick eyeliner to emulate the women of the 60s
White sunglasses were back with a vengeance on the catwalk, Prada and Gucci have also featured similar looks this season
Flared trousers, large hooped
earrings, psychedelic dresses and bright white sunglasses were back with
a bang in the light-hearted show, which shared it's taste with the
likes of Prada and Gucci.
third day of fashion week was fash-packed and will be followed up by
Etro and Versace as well as a plethora of after-dark parties including a
performance by Beth Ditto at Versace and a star-studded Moschino
Psychedelic dresses, floral prints and monochrome dresses were the order of the day in Milan