Delve Into the World of Jeremy Scott in the Latest 'i-Cons' Episode

“My clothes aren’t meant for wallflowers.”

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At the helm of Moschino since 2014, Jeremy Scott features in the latest installment of i-D‘s documentary series i-Cons. With cameo appearances from Caitlyn Jenner, Katy Perry and stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, this 10-minute clip delves into Scott’s embodiment of the Moschino brand. Known to mix “high glamor with high humor,” the designer talks with i-D in the moments leading up to Moschino’s 2017 spring/summer menswear and women’s resort show at Made L.A. Check it out for yourself above.

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