Moschino S/S 2010 / MFW / Day three

Nobody goes to a Moschino show expecting Rossella Jardini to be anything less than eclectic. This time around, however, that potpourri sensibility — so winsome last season — simply fizzled. It started out well enough, with a cheeky ode to Rue Cambon — ladified skirt suits, loads of pearl accents and gold chain work. Standouts here were the simplest: an LBD with a wayward fold or the jacket with whimsical coat-shaped pockets. But soon, the runway veered more Carmen Miranda-on-a-Parisian-jaunt — pouf-skirt dresses, all patchworked from various fruit-print fabrics and topped off with daffy headgear. Sure, it was exuberant, but also girlishly gaudy. And things only got wackier, as in a backward-smoking-jacket-turned-cocktail-dress — paging Céline Dion

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