Luxury Brand Moschino Pulls Some Strings During Milan Fashion Week To keep things pandemic-friendly, Moschino replaced all its spectators and models with puppets. Designers created itty-bitty dresses and accessories for the marionette models.
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Luxury Brand Moschino Pulls Some Strings During Milan Fashion Week

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Luxury Brand Moschino Pulls Some Strings During Milan Fashion Week

Luxury Brand Moschino Pulls Some Strings During Milan Fashion Week

Luxury Brand Moschino Pulls Some Strings During Milan Fashion Week

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To keep things pandemic-friendly, Moschino replaced all its spectators and models with puppets. Designers created itty-bitty dresses and accessories for the marionette models.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. During Milan Fashion Week, the luxury brand Moschino hosted moguls like Anna Wintour at its runway show. But there were some strings attached - literally. To keep things pandemic-friendly, Moschino replaced all its spectators and models with puppets. Designers created itty-bitty dresses and accessories for the marionette models. If any of the pieces caught your eye, don't worry. They'll be available in 2021 in regular human sizes. It's MORNING EDITION.

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