This 30th anniversary show was a time for both joy and sadness — but mostly the former, as the flashback to the past was followed by the present — the spring 2014 collection of Rosella Jardini, who has kept [Franco Moschino's] brand alive with wit and energy.

A welcome jolt in today’s egotistical, uber-serious state of fashion, the Moschino SS14 show was a delightful toast (or, baguette, rather) to joyful design. I mean, PAT CLEVELAND YOU BETTAH OPEN DAT SHOW YAAAAAAAAS. AND YOU BETTAH PULL FROM THE ARCHIVES AND REVIVE THAT GARBAGE BAG DRESS YAAAAASSSS!

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 More baguettes and croissant necklaces, please.
It’s high time fashion validate my love for carbs.
Complimenti, Rosella! Fabulous!

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