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Gigi Hadid walking in the Jeremy Scott fall 2015 ready-to-wear show in February, looking barely recognizable in her over-the-top makeup and hairstyling. Plus that outfit!
A bag from the Anya Hindmarch Spring 2015 collection, covered in her cartoon stickers.
I love when fashion designers don't take themselves too seriously. Why can't fashion be fun? Certain cheeky designers have taken this to the next level with collections that make cartoons luxurious, with a hefty price tag to match. Perhaps silly graphics can be sophisticated after all.
Jeremy Scott's infamous fall 2012 collection made Bart Simpson the ultimate fashion icon.
Moschino fall/winter 2014 collection, bringing Spongebob Squarepants to the fashion party.
Who knew McDonalds could look so chic? Another crazy look from the Moschino fall/winter 2014 collection, putting non-fashion brands all over the fashion world.
A lesser-known crazy fashion line, the Rodnik Band by Philip Colbert, spring/summer 2013.
Charlotte Olympia's cheeky prints make it possible to add touches of cartoon to any outfit through (rather expensive) accessories.
One final look by Jeremy Scott, for his spring/summer 2015 colection.
I LOVE MOSCHINO. One of my friends went to the LA store a few days ago and took a picture of the boutique from the outside and there was this larger than life Barbie box. So bizarre. I feel like Jeremy Scott has been the perfect fit for Moschino ever since he signed on.
Moschino always has the craziest stuff. I love the barbie obsession!
@beywatch I totally agree. He's definitely taken Moschino to another level, making it kind of a caricature of itself, but in a good way.