A brilliant bonfire ragged through the Moschino Fall/Winter '16 show, which played out in a performance packed full of attitude and antiques. Models set the mood, as they made their way down a double runway, which was littered with vintage chandeliers, goblets, century mirrors and trinkets. 

Aptly titled Burnout, Jeremy Scott presented a 1490's inspired collection, which saw burnt fabrics, layered in dramatic detail, statement and oh so signature Moschino bags, leather aplenty and the pièce de résistance? A chandelier couture-created dress dripping in jewels and lights. 

View the much talked about collection here...