The Moschino by Jeremy Scott Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 Collection features a « crackers » dress.
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Budweiser® has influenced one dress in the Moschino by Jeremy Scott Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 Collection.
Other Budweiser®-inspired looks : Dsquared² Spring/Summer 2010 (some models of this camping-themed show carried Budweiser® 40oz bottles), Moschino by Bill Shapiro and Rossella Jardini Spring/Summer 2013 Menswear (this show, which, as an homage to Andy Warhol, paid tribute to the graphic power of the supermarket, featured a pattern which was based on the Budweiser® logo).
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One dress in the Moschino by Jeremy Scott Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 Collection references popcorn packagings.
Other popcorn-inspired items : Charlotte Olympia Pre-Fall 2013 (titled « Hollywoodland », this collection featured popcorn packaging-shaped clutch), Jeremy Scott Autumn/Winter 2006-2007 (this show, dubbed « Eat the Rich », highlighted « popcorn » earrings), Nibbles (in 2008, Lucy Folk launched a line of accessories which featured real popcorn coated in precious metals), Siki Im Autumn/Winter 2012-2013 Menswear (this show unveiled « popcorn » patterns on various half-skirts), Tatty Devine Spring/Summer 2008 (this collection, titled « Movie Mayhem », showcased « popcorn » necklaces).
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McDonald’s® French fries packagings inspired one sweater in Jeremy Scott’s Autumn/Winter 2006-2007 « Eat the Rich » show.
Other McDonald’s®-inspired collections : J.W. Anderson Pre-Fall 2012 (J.W. Anderson told STYLE.com that, for this collection, he was « playing with ugly colors, like in McDonald’s® …»), Michael and Hushi Spring/Summer 2003 (this collection was influenced equally by McDonald’s® and Linda Evangelista).
Furthermore, in 1998, Tom Sachs created the « Prada Value Meal » work of art, which featured McDonald’s®-style packagings, with a McDonald’s® logo that was covered with the Prada logo.
Moreover, in 2005, Heidi Klum was the face of McDonald’s®, and, in 2008, Bruce Oldfield dressed the employees of McDonald’s®, in Great Britain.
To read about French fries-inspired items, search for the « French fries » post that I have published on May 19, 2012.
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