For 2014 spring/summer Jeremy Scott reference the swinging ’60s in both its color palettes and timeless designs. Furthering his own taste for eye-catching prints, JS goes back in time, taking a chapter out of an era synonymous with the bright and colorful. Here, snazzy patterns and psychedelic illustrations adorn button-up shirts and blazers, while the always popular leopard and polka dot print finds its retro origin on double biker jackets and pleated shorts. Elsewhere androgynous styling is continued via lacquered suits and mesh vests, while the “I’M A MESS” T-shirt range echoes JS’s rebellious disposition towards fashion.
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