Oct 16, 2018 | By Nigel Taylor
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New York: With a new age of eccentric, fun-loving dressers like Grimes and best friends Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne (who opened Scott’s show today) taking over our Instagram feeds and fashion magazines, Jeremy Scott’s exuberant designs feel more relevant and enticing than ever. Last fall’s Bart Simpson knits are still going strong on the streets and the renewed interest in sneakers and snap-back caps as a fashion item have seen his adidas kicks and New Era hats go gangbusters. This season’s collection encompassed monster graphics, bratty slogans, a nod to Vivienne Westwood’s tartan-and-bondage origins, 90s-raver furry legwarmers and Buffalo-style boots, Dr. Seuss and early Gwen Stefani Ska. All in all, a cornucopia of options for the irreverent young things who are taking wacky style out of the night clubs and into the daylight. — Natalie Shukur
Silhouette: Body conscious / Bustier / Raver / 90s
Color: Black / White / Licorice red / Acid yellow / Fawn / Lime sherbet / Orange soda
Key Items: Sweater dresses / Mini skater skirts / Bustier tops / Long chiffon skirts / Crop tops / Intarsia knits / Slogan tees / Bomber jackets / High-waisted knickers
Materials: Knits / Cotton / Jersey / Faux Fur / Chiffon / Waxed cotton / Satin / Leather / Nylon / Parachute silk
Print + Pattern: Cartoon monsters / Bratty slogans / Checkerboard / Kaleidoscope prints / Halloween pumpkins / Anarchy symbols / Leopard / Bandage print / Pebble print
Details + Trim: Zippers / Sweaters tied around hips / Suspenders
Accessories + Footwear: Platform sneakers / Clear Perspex boots with reflective strips / Checkerboard boots / Thigh-high printed boots / Printed totes
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