Drool Over Our Favorite Fetish-Inspired Looks From the Moschino Fall 2018 Menswear Show

Drool Over Our Favorite Fetish-Inspired Looks From the Moschino Fall 2018 Menswear Show

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Moschino’s Jeremy Scott knows how to put on a show. As the Creative Director for the label since 2014, the Marlboro Man, bikers and army soldiers have all walked the runway during his previous ready-to-wear shows. But as great as those are, it’s the Moschino Fall 2018 menswear collection that has our total attention.

The recent Milan debut of this new collection pushed fashion’s boundaries even further. He’s making fetish gear part of our daily wear, and we couldn’t be more excited.

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A parade of scantily clad women and men in mostly black, Moschino’s new collection reconstructs traditional garments while exploring modern silhouettes. Scott has also jumped on the non-binary fashion trend, further blurring the line between masculinity and femininity and showing us how a Moschino man dresses.

The show began with male models sporting suits in new shapes — like this black pinstripe suit with suspenders on the shoulder. The fetish-inspired black boots and cap add a sexy element. And Scott amped up the kink factor by sending out guys in harnesses and skimpy black latex briefs. Scott even added gimp masks and latex bodysuits as accessories throughout the presentation.

Moschino is famous for its cheeky humor and outlandish logo detail. This season, Scott splattered words like “drag” and “naughty” on outerwear and shirts.

To cap off the Moschino Fall 2018 collection, he sent out gender-fluid looks, including male models sporting frilly dressing gowns and tiered tulle capes for shock value. For the finale, RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Violet Chachki closed the show alongside a female model in a tandem tux, further pushing the non-binary fashion ideal.

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