Ditch the Fries – It’s All About Moschino’s Barbie Dream-Phone Cover Now

Get it now – it’ll be a sell out


by Laura Silver |
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Are you a Barbie girl? Chances are you’re about to be, thanks to the pink explosion themed around the iconic doll that Jeremy Scott created for Moschino SS15 in Milan yesterday – and, best of all, you can shop it now.

Look what happened when he got a McDonald’s craving and made iPhone covers to look like a large fries for his AW14 Moschino collection – chips have been the most-ordered item on the fashion menu ever since (seriously, is there anyone with a fashion blog who doesn’t have one?).

For SS15, novelty accessories getting the Barbie treatment included pink heart-shaped sunglasses, a bubblegum coat-hanger bag, roller-skates, a Barbie backpack and, of course, some pretty gnarly phone covers that are bound to reach critical mass before Christmas.


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For the selfie devotee, there’s the pink hand mirror cover so you can hold your phone to your face while you pout like Beauty Salon Barbie. Who reckons Kim Kardashian’s got one already?

Anyone modeling themselves on living doll Cher Horowitz will be snapping up the snap-shut style pink Barbie dream phone case. Who doesn’t want to look like they’re using a mobile phone in the ’90s? If you’re gonna have a phone you can’t put in your pocket, it may as well be because it's a big brash Barbie phone.

Go forth! Tart up your phone with Moschino before they inevitably sell out.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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