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Jeremy Scott 2013 Fall/Winter Collection

SoCal’s grungy punk ‘n’ skate scene served as the backdrop of Jeremy Scott‘s presentation for Fall/Winter 2013. Tees were plastered with “Adults Suck, Then You Are One” — perhaps the message of the night — and Scott himself hinted at the messy fantasy of an adolescent boy’s world. To this effect, there were sweaters, jackets and pants full of cartoonish, raging characters, often deconstructed into bulging eyes and drooling mouths in a psychedelic spectrum of colors that referenced West Coast skatedecks and posters. The women’s looks were also infected by them – on bras, skirts and dresses – while Scott used checkerboard, skull and leopard print motifs elsewhere for a typically chaotic visual feast. New for the season, meanwhile, were voluminous coats in various wacky silhouettes – highlighted by a monstrous, hairy black specimen – along with an extension of the designer’s collaborative efforts with adidas Originals.

Author: Jonathan Poh
Date: Feb 14, 2013  /  Views: 13508
Category: Style  /  Tags: Jeremy scott, Fashion