Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber Wore Nothing but Bouquets of Flowers on the Moschino Runway

These aren't your usual non-groundbreaking florals.

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Moschino's Jeremy Scott is known to take the themes of his collections quite literally (in case you forgot, last season's models wore actual trash down the runways (opens in new tab)), and his show in Milan today was no exception. For Spring 2018, the designer was inspired by florals—and no, not the kind that would make Miranda Priestly scoff–but actual life-size flowers.

While the show started with a punk-twist on My Little Pony, the final 18 looks quickly flipped a switch, embracing blown-up flowers, butterflies, and nature in bloom. Taking the floral theme to new heights, Gigi Hadid and Kaia Gerber closed the show wearing matching bouquets of flowers—ribbons and all:

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Gerber even had flowers growing out of her white over-the-knee boots, which seems like a logical way to make winter boots work for spring.

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But those weren't the only flower-inspired looks. Joan Smalls walked the runway in a skirt made of red roses:

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While another model wore a calla lily-shaped gown:

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And then this model just wore nothing but a shrub of flowers from head-to-toe:

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Guess this means we'll all be walking around dressed as human flowers next spring.

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Lauren Alexis Fisher
Lauren Alexis Fisher

Lauren Alexis Fisher is the former market editor for HarpersBAZAAR.com. While studying fashion and business at LIM College in New York, she held internships at Diane von Furstenberg, Donna Karan, College Fashionista, and Harper's BAZAAR. Lauren covers fashion news, trends, shopping, travel, celebrity style, and more for Bazaar.com. When she's not glued to her phone or laptop, she enjoys traveling, brunching, and tweeting bad jokes.