Labiba Nayeem Khan for DOT
 During the Covid-19 pandemic, every industry in the world is making sure that their activities are taking place in a manner safe for all people. The fashion industry is doing no less.  Due to the unpredictable times and the need to maintain a physical distance between people, Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott decided to scale down the magnitude of the show, quite literally at that.
 No human beings were present during the Milan Fashion Week.
 The show was instead taken over by marionettes designed by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop. Dolled up in the latest from Moschino, which will be available in regular sizes, the puppets gracefully walked down the runway under a chandelier, while miniature spectators, including Anna Wintour and British Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful figures.
 Even though Scott says he missed working with actual models but it was also fun using the situation as an excuse to flex the creative muscles.