Sunday, February 26, 2012

SPOTLIGHT: FASHION HOUSE MOSCHINO DESIGNS BOUTIQUE HOTEL


The Fashion Moschino brand has always been known to be irreverent, humorous and innovative. Moschino himself believed that fashion should be fun and so he spoofed high fashion lines through his clothes. For example he mocked the classic Chanel jacket with brazen gold trimmings and details; would accent hem lines and tops with safety pins and embroidered the words “Expensive jacket” in gold across the back of a cashmere jacket.

His legacy and vision has now been transferred from clothes to a trendy Milan hotel dubbed Hotel Maison Moschino. Under the direction of Rossella Jardini and Jo Ann Tan, House Moschino maintained the exterior façade of  the1840 neoclassical Milan train station but converted the interior into 65 contemporary rooms and junior suites accented with whimsy and fantasy. I would love, love, love to experience the unconventional world of Moschino.!! Talk about getting inspired while on vacation!! See the interior pictures, the details are insane! (Pics courtesy of Hotel Maison Moschino)
HOTEL MAISON MOSCHINO, MILAN ITALY

LIGHT FIXTURES IN LOBBY AT HOTEL MAISON MOSCHINO

As you walk in, guests are met by Moschino's lampshade dresses. And so it begins, the interplay of architecture and fashion where their guests get to experience a world built from the imagination.

LOBBY AT HOTEL MAISON MOSCHINO
Don't you love the quirky cloud like light fixtures shaped as different animals?
LOBBY AT HOTEL MAISON MOSCHINO
The fanciful surprise is in all the guestrooms where all their guests get to lay their heads. A physical dreamscape where you can unleash your imagination. Nite,nite...
SLEEPING IN A BALL GOWN ROOM

SHADOWS ROOM

BLUE ROOM

SLEEPING ROOM
SWEET ROOM
BED OF ROSES ROOM

IVY ROOM
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD ROOM

FOREST ROOOM


RIBBON ROOM

ALICE'S ROOM
Are you inspired?


2 comments:

  1. Love all the fantasy - it must have been incredible to let the imagination loose! Would enjoy the fun of staying there while in Milan.

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  2. THAT looks amazing! Thanks for sharing!

    Was a delight to meet you at Blog Brunch today! Look forward to keeping up with your blog.

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    Amy

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