Black net, day glo pink, studded shoes, boots that were not made for walking and boy-cut bobs. The first third of last night's Moschino show was all about punk. It was, it has to be said, a slightly sanitised incredibly pretty version (thank you Kaia Gerber), but yes, it still was tough. Our favourite has to be Gigi in a cropped leather jacket and feathery bubblegum tutu. Like a pink, punk swan from Swan Lake - just brilliant.
But what about the florals?
And then onto the flowers. The end of the runway was a multi-coloured wall of blooms and the invite was a ballet shoe. A little bit timid and dare I say it, obvious, for Jeremy Scott, who endlessly likes to throw out the old fashion favourites, stripes, florals and tweed, in favour of disney, barbie or comic-book iconography.
Flowers but not as we know it
But thankfully this was Jeremy Scott's Moschino and nothing is ever going to be quite what it seems. While one model emerged as a flower shedding its petals and throwing them into the audience, another strode along the runway head-to-toe in blooms like a wandering flower wall. But it was Gigi Hadid who took to the catwalk as a walking, stalking bunch of flowers, complete with see-through paper cinched around her middle that really got the crowd cooing.
From ballet to blooms, the wit and fashion-wisdom of Mr Scott just never, ever disappoints.