Backstage at Moschino Men's Fall 2017

MILAN – Moschino said on Wednesday that it will present its spring 2018 men’s collection in Los Angeles. During the runway show, which will take place on June 8 at Hollywood’s Milk Studios, Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott will also unveil the brand’s women’s resort 2018 collection.

Exclaimed Scott, about his decision to return to show in California: “As Los Angeles is where I live, to quote Dorothy: ‘There is no place like home!’”

Last June, the brand had already combined its men’s spring collection with the women’s resort range in a runway show as part of the Made LA lineup, which included a variety of runways shows, parties and events held at downtown Los Angeles’ L.A. Live event space.

Moschino men’s fall 2017 collection, along with the women’s pre-fall 2017 line, was unveiled at a show in Milan last January.

In April, Moschino and Scott hosted an event at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in collaboration with mobile game Candy Crush and streaming video platform Tidal, which live-streamed musical performances from the party, including appearances from Lil Uzi Vert and Lil Yachty.

The party was inspired by the Moschino Candy Crush collaboration on a capsule collection of summer festival items including a limited-edition backpack, for $650; an iPhone case, for $70, and women’s and men’s swimwear, for $300 and $205, respectively. Designs in the collection took a cue from the colorful candies featured in the mobile game. Katy Perry, Kylie Jenner, Kristen Stewart, Rita Ora and Emily Ratajkowski were among the guests at the party.

In other Scott-related news, WWD recently reported that he put a three-bedroom property on the market in the celebrity-packed Outpost Estates neighborhood in the foothills above Hollywood, with an asking price of $1.875 million. According to listing records, the designer paid $1.057 million for the 8,691-square-foot house in 2003. Despite Scott’s flamboyant, multicolored creations, the house that was renovated during his tenure has a monochrome theme, with ebony hardwood floors and white-pained walls throughout.

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