Roselli Jardini revealed new Moschino Cheap & Chic Autumn-Winter collection during London Fashion Week, which was about girl who wears playful, youthful and easy garments with boxy, 1960s style inspired cuts, leopard prints, graffiti scrawls and hot pink shades. Collection's designer Francesca Rubino took the strongest elements and details from punk culture and made them light, so that punk goes to couture.
Models appeared in double-breasted blazers, oversized Mongolian fur outerwear, punky graffiti printed separates, slim ankle trousers, mini shift dresses, outsize cocoon coats, black polka dot ankle pants, black-and-white-striped sweaters and bubble-ruffled skirts. I personally like that Perfecto-style elongated hot pink wool jacket worn with slim-cut pants. All in all, it's a ladylike post punk story.