Spring's Spanish tribal trend. During Milan Fashion Week Moschino presented its Spring-Summer collection, which was inspired by American Southwest by way of Spain culture and mythology. Designer Rossella Jardini used label’s strong sides: loud prints, metallic embellishments and bright colors. I like the toreador styling: tiny matador hats, gold door-knocker earrings, floral headbands. Models walked down the runway in embroidered jackets with tiny bells, leather Perfecto appliquéd with the slogan "Make Up, Not War", suede dresses with deep fringe, L.B.D.'s embroidered in gold thread, summery frocks, smocked tops, long, flower-strewn peasant skirts, long and light ruffled wrap dresses, flowy blouses, quirky eyeglasses, dramatic capes, black jackets with gold embroidery and beads. Overall, this collection consists of fresh softness and romanticism.