Moschino recently debuted its 2016 fall/winter collection at LCM, a collection heavily inspired by artist duo Gilbert & George. Their body of work, known as The Pictures, was an especially prominent point of reference for Jeremy Scott, with designs that seem to seamlessly translate from 2D to 3D. To recreate the flat, vibrant quality apparent in G&G’s artworks, the range features an array of pieces marked with white contours that recall the detailing of cartoon drawings. With Gilbert & George giving the designer full permission to sample anything from their prolific archive of materials, clear aesthetic cues can be seen throughout the collection’s garments. From the crucifix patches to the color-explosive daisies, the series of denim, knitwear, woolen topcoats, and M-65 jackets are emblazoned and patterned with striking visuals informed by the unmistakable vision of the iconoclasts that are Gilbert & George.