Moschino Names A New Creative Director

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Moschino welcomes a new era with ex-Gucci designer Davide Renne

Davide Renne has been appointed creative director of Moschino, effective 1 November. The Tuscany-born designer has held the position of head designer of womenswear at Gucci for two decades and will oversee womenswear, menswear and accessories in his new role.

Renne will present his first collection at Milan Fashion Week in February 2024. “We have all been impressed by Davide’s extremely sophisticated vision of fashion’s power to create a living dialogue with the world around us, and by his deep understanding of the House of Moschino’s legacy and of our codes,” said Massimo Ferretti, executive chairman of Aeffe SpA in a statement. “We are confident that he will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of Moschino, a global House with an Italian heart, and a truly unique DNA in the luxury industry.”


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“Franco Moschino had a nickname for his design studio: la sala giochi – the playroom. This resonates deeply with me: what fashion – Italian fashion especially, and the House of Moschino most of all, can achieve with its enormous power, should be accomplished with a sense of play, of joy. A sense of discovery, and experimentation,” shared Renne in a statement posted to Instagram.

Jeremy Scott, the American designer who held the position of creative director at Moschino for 10 years, departed in March 2023. He was known for his tongue-in-cheek collections and pop art aesthetic.

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