MOSCHINO: It's a Barbie world
A hot-pink clad '80s Barbie girl was Jeremy Scott's SS15 vision for Moschino in a show that focused heavily on the plastic doll's extensive accessory collection:
Cocktail dress Barbies:
How '80s is that puffball skirt?
Brave model Charlotte Free takes on Rollerblade Barbie:
We don't remember a swimwear-over-suit Barbie:
Sam Rollinson Barbie!
Ultimate Barbie accessories:
Coco Rocha on the front row in AW14 Moschino:
What the front row at Moschino take away after the show - their very own Moschino Barbie:
Every accessory a Moschino Barbie could ever need:
BEAUTY REPORT: Box-fresh Barbie
Stepping backstage at Moschino felt like walking into a life-size version of Barbie's dream house. As Barbie's famous soundtrack played front of house, a roller-skating Charlotte Free whizzed past and in her wake, followed a line-up of real life dolls: candy pink lips and blonde bouffants included. The dream world continued at the catering table, where rows of pink Moschino-meets-Barbie branded Diet Coke cans were ready for the models' refreshment. A quick peek at the catwalk revealed a front row lined with Moschino Barbie dolls, as gifts for the most important guests.
For make-up artist Lucia Pieroni, this brief was a no brainer. She slicked lips with a custom-made shocking pink lipstick, which was then glossed to create that sickly, syrupy sheen. Adamant this was "the original Barbie; not trashy Barbie" she kept skin fresh, brows tidy and lashes full - each model wore two sets of false lashes to create a feathery, almost doll-like effect.
And the hair? Well as you'd expect: big, glossy and made of nylon, like a pristine Barbie fresh out of the box.