Delicious might just be the perfect word to describe the 'Beautyfood' collection signed Moschino Cheap & Chic for spring 2012. Check out this amazing collection with vintage details and pick your favorites for next season!

Nature has been a great source of inspiration for artists and it seems that this spring 2012 season Moschino Cheap & Chic creative designer, Rosella Jardini, has found nature to be highly inspirational. With a background set-up like a farmer's market, the Moschino Cheap & Chic spring 2012 show captured a generous amount of attention.

Titled “Beautyfood”, the collection features 'delicious' details- the collection debuted with a strawberry inspired puffed sleeve dress- that really made an impact. However, there is also a highly visible vintage allure enveloping the collection, so take a peek at the new designs and pick your spring favorites.

Puffy sleeve dresses, classic Sixties inspired dresses, patchwork details and blazer ensembles are the dominant styles that grabbed the attention at Moschino Cheap & Chic. The echoing flirty floral motifs, apple and strawberry prints, sun rays and grass details as well as onion and pepper buttons emphasized the fun and flirty style of the collection, details that were simply adorable.
The colors varied from timeless black, white and nude to fun, lively warm tones such as green, pink, yellow, blue, colors gorgeously combined or used simply to underline the beautiful tailoring of the designs. Check out the new chic collection signed Moschino Cheap & Chic for spring summer 2012 and pick your new season favorites!

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Photographed by Mauricio Miranda