The mishmash of high/low culture has been a preoccupation in fashion for nearly as long as it has been in art. Taking what’s pop and making it luxe. This season’s take on the trend might even get Andy Warhol to crack a smile. Jeremy Scott morphed McDonald’s golden arches for Moschino and Anya Hindmarch used the smiley face on her debut scarf collection. For Longchamp, Scott put Madballs on totes. Karl Lagerfeld used the classic Chanel bouclé tweed on trainers and Tom Ford turned a football shirt into a sequinned hit. It’s bright, brash and totally ingenious.