Dec 13, 2017 | By Sandra Halliday
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New York: While many designers have been lowering hemlines and loosening up silhouettes for the past few seasons, Jeremy Scott has stuck to what he knows best, tight quirky clothes for it-girls with an attitude. Jeremy Scott wouldn’t be who he is today without his devil-may-care attitude, and his subversive narrative was ever-present, from the crushed soda-can dresses to the sheer plastic bag-inspired tops that read “Thank You for Shopping Here” or “Have a Nice Day.” Classic Marilyn Monroe beauty added extra kitsch, juxtaposing traditional glamour with sequined graphic crop-tops that read “Trash.” The disturbia didn’t end there either, with Scott continuing to push the boundaries with a more commercial skeleton-patterned dress and a decidedly less commercial meat ensemble, which looked as though it were strung together with slices of prosciutto. Wacky as it may be, Jeremy Scott’s league of devoted fans, including a front row roster featuring Kanye West and Kelly Osborne, prove that a little out-of-the-box thinking can go a long way.
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