Believe it or not, Moschino’s dry cleaning bag dress is selling over Rs 45,000https://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/fashion/believe-it-or-not-moschinos-dry-cleaning-bag-dress-is-selling-over-rs-45000-4928474/

Believe it or not, Moschino’s dry cleaning bag dress is selling over Rs 45,000

Jeremy Scott's Fall/Winter 2017-18 collection inspired by garbage and trash, which was launched in February this year, has created a buzz with its price.

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What do you think about this dress? (Source: BrownFashion.com)

Many times, designs and fashion trends, which are showcased on the ramp, are difficult to comprehend. They are either too complicated or too impractical for a layman to understand. However, Italian luxury fashion house Moschino has broken all norms. A range of dresses, which were a part of director Jeremy Scott’s trash themed fall/winter 2017 collection, has hit the market and created a buzz.

Captioned ‘cape sheer overlay dress’, the outfit is made out of transparent polyester and the website describes it as ‘clear Moschino dry cleaning cape overlay dress is the only kind of laundry you’d be willing to do (for your trusty au pair takes care of that kind of stuff). This dress showcases the brand’s economical Fall/17 runway theme and features a slip-on sleeveless design made from a see-through polyester re-used plastic bag that is printed with ‘Free pickup and delivery’ text in red and ‘We *heart* our customers’ across the top.

Interestingly, they also have a disclaimer that states that the ‘(black) slip’ shown in the image is not included and that the ‘dress’ can neither be washed or drycleaned. Moreover, not just the designs, even the price range of the product is astonishing. It is priced at 560 pounds, which equals approximately 48,000 in Indian rupee.

While, it isn’t new for American designer Jeremy Scott to come up with innovative and bizarre ways of displaying his ideas and designs, this collection, which was launched in February this year, has surely left many in a confused state.