The Moschino Cheap And Chic show produced an explosion of colour with their Autumn/Winter 2012 collection in what perhaps was the most feminine show of the week so far. Packed with visual energy, the collection showcased an array of acid brights in lime green, Barbie pink, pale peach and burnt orange. Moschino focused here on retro kitsch prints and colour blocking, and brought ensembles alive with sequins, pearls and patchwork. Giving an utterly modern take on some classic female silhouettes, we were greeted with a 1960s colour scheme and a hint of military influence. The dresses and jumpers were illustrated with a pattern of cartoon eyes, lips and make up accessories, along with informal typography to complete the girly and childish look. The pieces became a mix of tie-dye doll meets fantasy dressing-up-box. Overall the collection showed a terrifically mismatched spectrum of textures, honing in on detail with multicoloured faux fur, chiffon frills and bobble knit layering to complete the loud, childish theme.