The subway in Brooklyn isn’t normally the place you would possibly discover a pack of celebrities, in full glam and Moschino head to toe, however on Monday that’s the place Kacey Musgraves, Kim Petras, Madelaine Petsch, Julia Fox and extra gathered for Moschino’s pre-fall 2020 present at the New York Transit Museum.
“Kim! Hi!,” Char Defrancesco shouted to Petras, as she sauntered onto subway automobile 4573.
Aquaria can be a Petras fan.
“Congrats on your tour,” she advised the pop singer.
“Thanks, it wrapped,” Petras replied, including that she was solely in New York by way of the present, heading out the subsequent day.
Ahead of showtime, Petsch took benefit of the photo-opp-friendly present venue, perching on a bench beneath a Court Street station signal to have her image taken.
“Is that Nina Garcia? I know her,” she requested a handler, motioning towards the Elle editor in chief.
It was the first Moschino present for Musgraves, who labored with Jeremy Scott on her 2019 Met Gala look.
“It was really fun — I loved the theme last year. I mean, first of all, I’m from Texas, so obviously I love camp. And he’s the king of it,” Musgraves stated of the Met course of. “We had a blast, curating this life-size Barbie look. I got to go blonde, see what that was like for a night.”
As to her personal strategy to vogue, she says she likes to vary it up, as evidenced by the many designer seems to be she’s debuted this previous breakout 12 months. For the Moschino present, she wore a sherbert-orange satin jacket gown; “you look like a Starburst,” Aaron Philip advised her as she handed by en path to her seat.
“I love putting a foot in the past, but it can’t be both feet in the past — it has to have a foot in the future, in present day,” Musgraves stated of her strategy to fashion. “Otherwise it’s just a costume. I like to mix it up and have fun; I love monochromatic color palettes. We love a sunset color story — that’s our favorite,” she added, motioning towards her stylist, Erica Cloud. “Mostly, I have to feel comfortable and feel like me, because if it doesn’t feel right you can read it all over my face. I don’t sell the look very well.”
As for the subway? Musgraves stated when in New York, “if I have the energy I will — but I’m usually just laying in my hotel room.” Her rule of thumb for subway etiquette?
“You can’t be an asshole on the subway. Don’t be an asshole.”