Jeremy Scott brought his signature kitsch and colorful style to the MADE LA runway, with a combined men’s 2017 spring/summer and women’s resort show. The collection was inspired by all things psychedelic and glam, with an ode to ’60s references everywhere. Scott wanted to focus on the ’60s because that’s when LA came into its own, and it was a perfect platform for the designer’s “more is more” mentality. From tie-dye trousers to daisy-embellished bralettes, these looks aren’t for the demure but singular pieces can definitely be a highlight.
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