As announced at EA Play 2019, the Moschino Stuff Pack is coming to The Sims 4 and is the first Sims 4 Stuff Pack to bring with it a new job. Items in the stuff pack are inspired by the real-life Moschino x The Sims line of clothing, and will also introduce a new freelance job: the fashion photographer. The real-life capsule collection (essential wardrobe items) featured clothing inspired by and stylized to look like clothing one might find in The Sims. The Moschino Stuff Pack was teased at the start of April, when the capsule collection was announced, with new Moschino-branded items added to The Sims 4. There's no word yet on when The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff Pack will release, nor is there any information about pricing at this time.
As in previous iterations of The Sims, Stuff Packs are casually defined as expansions that add new clothing, items, furniture, and buildable structures for your town without adding any new gameplay features. Many of these Stuff Packs were themed, such as the 70s, 80s, and 90s Stuff Pack that featured fashion from the three decades. Curiously, The Sims 4 released back in 2014, with console versions coming in late 2017. Thus, it has been nearly four years since release, and we're only now just getting the first wave of branded Stuff Packs for The Sims 4. Contrast that with The Sims 3, which had two separate branded Stuff Packs: one made in partnership with Katy Perry, and another with Italian fashion brand Diesel.
Also of note is that the Moschino Stuff Pack is the first Stuff Pack for The Sims 4 in over a year. As if like clockwork, The Sims 4 has already released an incredible amount of DLC, with six expansions, seven-game packs, and 14 stuff packs before today's announcements. Considering how profitable The Sims is as a whole for EA, it's unlikely that the DLC release schedule will slow down any time soon. Look out for The Sims 4 Moschino Stuff Pack coming later this year.
If you want to know more about this and other announcements happening at E3 then be sure to check out our E3 2019 Coverage Hub.