Moschino’s Latest Collection Inspired By McDonalds


Do fashion and fast food make a good combination? Well, American designer Jeremy Scott seems to think so, as he debuted the McDonalds-inspired collection for Moschino’s Fall’14 line at Milan Fashion Week. The collection comes in McDonalds’s iconic red and yellow palette, complete with the Golden Arches-themed bag, sunglasses, cap, shoes, and even uniforms!

Scott’s love of junk food and pop culture doesn’t end with the fast food chain, either. His colorful fall collection — which brightened up the largely somber color schemes shown by other designers at the show– included a range of attire modeled after other pop culture faves Sponge Bob and Fruit Loops. Attendees at his runway show, which included Katy Perry and Anna Dello Russo, were definitely lovin’  it.

Not to mention, every one of his guests at the Moschino Show received a french-fry iPhone 5 case, which retails for $85 (for all of us who weren’t invited to the show):


And did you think Scott would forget the most iconic part of our McDonalds childhood? Well, of course not– Scott was sure to include a Moschino Happy Meal Bag in the collection as well:


Ridiculous or fashion forward? You tell me.

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