";s:4:"text";s:2986:" Franco Moschino, Italian fashion designer (born Feb. 27, 1950, Abbiategrasso, Italy—died Sept. 18, 1994, Annone di Brianza, Italy), as the irreverent enfant terrible of the fashion industry, poked fun at the excesses of the 1980s with his "tongue in chic" designs, most memorably creating suits festooned with cutlery, jackets with faucet handles or dice used as buttons, coats and hats made from teddy bears, … Moschino previewed his Uomo menswear in 1986 and followed it with his Diffusion line in 1999. Franco Moschino was born in 1950 in Abbiategrasso, a small industrial town, 14 miles from Milan. His expertly tailored and classic styles, punctuated with whimsical detailing, were already apparent at the inception of his company, Moschino S.n.c., which became Moon Shadow S.r.l. Both registration and sign in support using Google and Facebook Died: Brianza, Italy 1994. And this is very successful! In fact, his clothes so colorful, exaggerated, extravagant reflect the typical taste of the 80s, his was never a hymn to hedonism, but every detail on the Moschino runway acquired a precise meaning, he was among the first to indicate the one of the paths which fashion was to follow in the years to come: the reinvention.Born in Abbiategrasso in 1950, young Franco entered the Academy of Fine Arts of Milan, when he was only 17 years old and dreaming of becoming a painter, not surprisingly, the taste for prints and color will be one of its distinctive features. An unmistakable allusion to the legendary Chanel perfume.