>> There was no shortage of fun at Moschino Cheap & Chic in London earlier today. For Fall 2012, creative director Rosella Jardini riffed on "makeup and Queen Elizabeth", and the result was an ice cream-hued, royalty-gone-askew foray. Silhouettes were vaguely '60s and came in an eclectic palette of makeup prints, patchwork lace, and rainbow fur. Standout pieces included a series of military coats and wool dresses in deep army green, and there were plenty of the brand's standby details: lip prints, hand-scrawled slogan tees, pearls, and bows. "It was a pastel dream," Alexa Chung declared after the show.