Rossella Jardini's Spring 2013 collection for Moschino was a graphically bold and wildly colorful love letter to the shapes and spirit of the '60s. The show opened with models wearing helmets, oversize glasses, and demure white gloves — Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis on a horse, anyone? — clad in black and white ensembles held shut with shiny round buttons. Then came trendy black and white stripes on everything from suits to miniskirts, and then colorful cocktail dresses, either in solid shades of pink and yellow or printed with Moschino's signature hearts and flowers. Things ended on a sweet note: fresh white eyelet dresses that were an effective palette cleanser after all the graphic edge that came before them.