“I feel like a child at Christmas with new toys; I can’t play with just one,” he told Women’s Wear Daily. What can we expect? “Imagine our pre-fall collection with the volume turned way up, radio up,” he said.
Personally, I look forward to Scott’s personal collection because he always makes such strong pop culture references—hopefully he’ll follow suit at Moschino. “People look to celebrities and pop stars for inspirations, ever since Jean Harlow,” he told WWD. “We were looking at Dynasty, not at Thierry Mugler, people always have. Sometimes there’s a new person — Miley, Rihanna, Katy — but it’s the same old story, just with new players. Emblematic people show us it’s OK to not wear pants with a jacket and people interpret that as they want. They interpret, without being clones.”
We can see Scott’s latest interpretation when he shows his collection at 8 p.m., because it is “more fun, with an element of joie de vivre and party mood—besides, I am not a morning person,” Scott said. A nod to Franco Moschino used to show his collections in the evening, a tribute that's not lost on us.