Jeremy Scott x FRUITION

Avant Garde designer Jeremy Scott was an integral part of Las Vegas brand and boutique FRUITION’s 2nd Anniversary in the Summer of 2007 with the release of a collection of items exclusive to a very small select number of retailers. The two have joined forces once again to create a fully encompassing collaboration which combines different elements to create a true high fashion meets street perspective. Look for more projects in the future to spring up from the people at FRUITION.

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Avant Garde designer Jeremy Scott was an integral part of Las Vegas brand and boutique FRUITION’s 2nd Anniversary in the Summer of 2007 with the release of a collection of items exclusive to a very small select number of retailers. The two have joined forces once again to create a fully encompassing collaboration which combines different elements to create a true high fashion meets street perspective. Look for more projects in the future to spring up from the people at FRUITION.

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