To say that Jeremy Scott sartorially riffs on “extra-extra fun” is stating the obvious a year into his gig at Moschino. For pre-fall, the designer furthered this notion. He looked to the house’s atelier for inspiration, using its features as motifs for joyful looks. A blown-up yellow measuring tape served as the bow neckline of a cocktail dress, for example, while darts replete with metrics marked the waists and length of dresses and skirts. He even turned a petites-mains’ fashion nightmare into a style statement: One little black dress featured a print of three iron burns across the front, and the words “Do Not Iron” with the corresponding laundry symbol on its back.