Moschino Names Its New Creative Director

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Moschino has appointed Argentinian designer Adrian Appiolaza as creative director of the Maison. The announcement comes three months after the tragic and sudden death of creative director Davide Renne, who passed 10 days after accepting the role. Prior to Renne’s appointment, American designer Jeremy Scott spent a decade at the helm.

Appiolaza has previously worked as women’s ready-to-wear design director at both Loewe and Chloé and will oversee Moschino’s women’s, men’s and accessories collections.⁠


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Wasting no time, Appiolaza will debut his first collection for the House – Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2024 – during Milan Fashion Week next month. “I am ready to transport the Maison into a new chapter, with a theatrical touch, in the pure style of Moschino,” shared the designer in a statement. The show will take place at the Museo della Permanente in Milan, the site of the Moschino – X Anni di Kaos! 1983 – 1993 exhibition that was held in 1993 in celebration of the first decade of Moschino. With this in mind, MOJEH expects a collection featuring plenty of reinterpretations of Franco Moschino’s archival creations.

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