Fashion ‘Weak’: get the Moschino look for (a lot) less


To the delight of fashion fans around the world, yesterday Moschino unveiled their latest collection at Milan Fashion Week.

Dubbed “garbage couture for a garbage world” by New York Magazine, the Italian fashion house’s AW17 collection – modelled by the Hadids and Kendall Jenner — featured bin bags, shopping bags, bubble wrap and duct tape.

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Even though it looks like creative director Jeremy Scott — wearing a t-shirt that proclaimed: couture is an attitude — drew inspiration from the County Press’ stationery cupboard, he said the collection had been inspired by the idea of a girl losing everything and having to make her own clothes.

So, as most people can’t afford £600 for a dress which looks like a paper bag, the Yoppul fashion team decided to recreate three of the haute couture looks for a quirky IW twist  — at the mere expense of a vest and leggings and from H&M, a few things from Poundland, and some random stuff we found lying around the workplace.

Because, if I lost everything and had to fashion my own clothes, this is definitely what I’d look like:

Look 1

moschino bubble

Bubble wrap – £1



Look 2

moshcino bin bag

Black bin bags – £1

Mini wheelie bin – £1



Look 3

moschino box

Cardboard boxes and envelopes – expenses 



After all, couture is an attitude — right?