Some of his original designs for the luxury brand were classic gold-and-black outfits covered in chains, metal, and denim.But the most memorable looks from the show honored American fast food, chocolate, and SpongeBob Squarepants.The runway featured strapless gowns in vibrant shades, plastic bra tops, and models carrying Barbie's signature accessories. The show focused on men's fashion, with models wearing sparkling puffer coats, no shirts, oversized hats, and underwear down the snow-covered runway.One of those looks was inspired by Perry's performance of California Girls, which featured a sandy backdrop, beach balls, and dancers dressed as sharks.I wanted to kind of play with that, Scott told Vogue at the time. Also with her famous ample… chest, so it's kind of being a little tongue in cheek by having the beach balls. There is no Deflate-gate going on here at all, these beach balls are fully inflated — we will have none of that!Scott dressed models in sweaters, basketball jerseys, and button-up blouses printed with Looney Tunes characters like Bugs Bunny.But rather than pairing them with jeans or skirts, Scott displayed most of the shirts on their own, embracing the no-pants trend.To accessorize the graffiti-style gowns, Scott added purses shaped like spray-paint cans.Some of his designs were crafted with neon fabrics reminiscent of safety vests, while others were created to look like they had caution tape wrapped around them. Models also carried traffic cones and hard hats as purses.Bella Hadid was dressed like a bottle of cleaning spray, while other models donned car-wash signs and dresses that looked like rotating brushes.The burned dresses matched Moschino's Marlboro-inspired purses, which looked like cigarette containers and said Fashion Kills on them.While he wore a black suit embellished with crystals in the shape of a rib cage, Minaj walked the carpet in a black gown by Moschino.The latter had a see-through skirt, plunging neckline, and buckled straps across its bodice.He sent models like Gigi Hadid down the runway wearing garments with images of clothes printed on them, reminiscent of paper dolls.Some looks were inspired by packaging like cardboard boxes, while others were shaped like garment and shopping bags.One model wore a trash-can lid as a hat and a gown that looked like a trash bag, while another sported a minidress made from actual garbage.On the Spring/Summer 2018 runway, Gigi Hadid wore a wrap dress that looked like paper, with a giant flower arrangement poking out from the top.His fashion designs were seemingly inspired by clothes from the '50s and '60s, like mod dresses and beret-style hats.But the makeup models wore — full-body paint in neon shades — was more modern.Though the style trend officially emerged years later on TikTok, Scott was the pioneer.During his Spring/Summer 2019 show for Moschino, he displayed circus-inspired outfits that honored gymnasts, acrobats, and of course, clowns.Not only were many of Scott's designs scribbled as if they had just been created, but some also had rolls of fabric attached and giant measuring-tape scarves.Because the runway show was inspired by The Price is Right, Scott designed one gown to look like a TV dinner — complete with peas, mashed potatoes, and a Salisbury steak.Her reflective minidress was embellished with working light bulbs and strings of crystals, all of which matched the smaller chandelier on her head.This time, she dressed as a giant cheeseburger, complete with matching shoes and a toothpick hat.At the time, she posted a video of herself changing into the outfit inside the museum's bathroom as Jennifer Lopez walked in on her.Some models were dressed as instruments in violin-shaped dresses, while others wore square garments shaped like framed paintings at Moschino's Spring/Summer 2020 show.One standout dress was golden and extended into a harp shape at the back, complete with beaded crystals acting as the strings.The black gown had puffed sleeves, strategically placed lace, a high neckline, and a flowing skirt with a long train.Models walking in the Spring/Summer 2023 show sported blow-up animals and bows alongside colorful gowns and pantsuits.