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Hudson’s Bay Taps Moschino Creative Director for Collab

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License Global

October 7, 2020

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Luxury brand Moschino, led by creative director Jeremy Scott, introduces a limited-edition collaboration with Hudson's Bay in celebration of the company's 350th anniversary.

"The Room at Hudson's Bay has always been a destination for customers to find the most coveted designs from around the world," says Tyler Franch, vice president, fashion director, Hudson's Bay. "This collaboration is the perfect marriage of Jeremy Scott's avant-garde and forward design aesthetic, with our famous Point Blanket fabrications that are rooted in Hudson's Bay Company's 350-year history."

Inspired by Hudson's Bay signature stripes, Moschino Couture pieces from the label's core collection are reimagined through the lens of the classic HBC red, green, yellow and indigo. The eleven-piece collection features street-style staples like loungewear, a keyring, belt, t-shirt, dress, waist bag and Moschino's Moto Jacket Shoulder Bag enveloped in HBC Stripes. The luxury collaboration arrived at select Hudson's Bay stores and thebay.com on Oct 6.

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