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Moschino Ads Manage to Make McDonald's Look Sophisticated

Photo  by Steven Meisel, courtesy of Moschino
Photo by Steven Meisel, courtesy of Moschino

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Moschino's fall 2014 line was batshit crazy thanks to new creative director, Jeremy Scott. And like any good batshit crazy collection, onlookers (in the seats and on Instagram) were split between liking it for its weirdness and call it clever, or hating it for its ridiculousness and call it a bad joke. But Moschino's ad campaign, shot by Steven Meisel, isn't tough to love. Scott followed up Linda Evangelista's stunning black-and-white shot from last week, with a wonderfully retro one of Carolyn Murphy. They're just the right amount of weird. And here's hoping this isn't the last of the '90s supermodel revival.
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