It’s officially happening – iconic design house Moschino is collaborating with high-street-house, H&M!
This exciting news was announced by designer Jeremy Scott at Coachella via video call with the one and only Gigi Hadid. Don’t worry, you’re forgiven if you missed the very recent announcement as your phone was, no doubt, going #coachella mad with the reunion of Destiny’s Child wearing custom Balmain but…this really is exciting news!
At his annual (and 11th) Coachella party creative director of Moschino, Jeremy Scott, announced that Moschino will collaborate on a collection with high street retailer H&M to be named, ‘Moschino [tv] H&M’. As the news was made public via video chat, both Scott and Hadid were sporting garments from the new collection which will comprise of both womenswear and menswear.
The new collection with H&M will be quick on the heels of Scott’s latest collab with Mac Cosmetics, M.A.C x Jeremy Scott, which launched two months ago but will, no doubt, be as eagerly anticipated. The ‘Moschino [tv] H&M’ collaboration will launch this autumn – expect spaceships, flowers and bold prints (to name but a few) from the iconic designer.
Following his announcement Scott offered a verbal preview of the collection describing it as ‘sportswear with an evening kind of feeling’ with prices falling between $25 and $300. Whilst the collection remains largely under-wraps (apart from some sneak peaks on Moschino’s instagram), Scott did reveal that the collection will include pieces such as ‘reconfigured puffa jackets’, a ‘silver sequinned parka dress’ and innovative denim ‘twisted into something else’.
It is also known that the collaborative collection will revive certain pieces from Scott’s own collections, as well as those of Franco Moschino (*hint hint* Gigi wearing CD print which Scott described as ‘perfect’)!
Judging by Scott’s previous work we can anticipate that the collection will match designer chic with popular culture – sure to be a winning combination.
The Moschino & H&M collection will launch on 8 November.