Jeremy Scott



Jeremy Scott may endure a lot of criticism from the fashion industry at large, but season after season customers remain enthralled with his loud, witty and unapologetic designs. Prints and patterns are often the focus of Scott’s work — with wildly disparate subjects, from war and money to fast food and the Warhol era — but for S/S 10 the prints were part of a total look which took direct inspiration from the classic 60s cartoon The Flintstones. Betty Rubble hair and accessories complimented an array of short dresses with ragged hems, while Grease-style cropped motorcycle jackets, full skirts and slim slacks managed to look theatrical but on-trend for Juniors. An antidote to somber, Gothic fashion, Scott’s exuberance will translate into kitschy graphics and simple retro-influenced silhouettes for spring.

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