The iconic Italian fashion house, Moschino, is on the brink of ushering in a new era. Massimo Ferretti, the executive chairman at Aeffe – the company that owns the Moschino brand – announced the imminent appointment of a new Creative director. This comes after Jeremy Scott, who held the esteemed position for a decade, bid adieu to the brand last March.
Ferretti revealed this highly anticipated news while attending an Alberta Ferretti fashion show during Milan Fashion Week. The successor, whose identity remains under wraps, is expected to be revealed in the coming weeks. “We are in the final stages of defining who will replace Jeremy Scott,” Ferretti noted.
Jeremy Scott’s departure marked the end of an era for Moschino. His avant-garde and often whimsical designs catapulted the brand into international stardom. Now, as the fashion world watches with bated breath, Moschino prepares to embark on a new journey with a fresh vision at the helm.
“The new Creative director will take care of the new collection,” Ferretti shared, underscoring the significance of the appointment. The chosen individual will not only inherit a legacy of innovation and creativity but will also be tasked with charting the future course for the fashion house.
Massimo Ferretti described 2023 would be a “transitional year,” signifying an opportunity for rejuvenation and innovation.