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September 12, 2012 | By Adam Tschorn
NEW YORK -- Jeremy Scott presented his men's and women's spring-summer 2013 collection at Milk Studios on Sept. 12, the penultimate day of fashion week here. The inspiration: Scott titled his show "Arab Spring," and from the music to makeshift veils, there was no doubt that the collection drew inspiration from the Middle East. Photos: NYFW Week celebrity sightings The look: An ark's worth of animal prints -- snake, giraffe, crocodile and leopard -- roamed free-range through a collection of overalls, hot pants, halter tops, jackets and over-the-knee boots.
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March 31, 2014 | By Susan Denley
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have released a spring portrait of themselves with baby Prince George and Lupo the cocker spaniel gazing out a window at Kensington Palace. [The Cut] Model Miranda Kerr was shot wearing nothing but stockings by Mario Testino for GQ UK's May edition. Inside, the estranged wife of actor Orlando Bloom kind of overshares about her sex life. [Racked] Bag Snob bloggers Tina Craig and Kelly Cook will sell their own line of bags on HSN. [WWD]
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February 21, 2014 | By Susan Denley
Jeremy Scott showed his first collection for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week on Thursday, and he incorporated elements from SpongeBob SquarePants, Budweiser, Hershey's, McDonald's and other icons of pop culture (or consumerism). [The Cut] Lena Dunham says she felt completely respected by the way Vogue handled her shoot for the February cover -- but she lost some respect for Jezebel for the way it reacted by trying to prove she'd been Photoshopped and not backing down when it turned out she wasn't.
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March 30, 2014 | By Booth Moore, This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.
Pharrell Williams and Vivi Nevo sporting the same Vivienne Westwood Mountain hat. Socialite Joy Venturini Bianchi in a wonderfully wild  Tom Ford  zebra gown with a bristly mane. And designer Jeremy Scott playing the haute Chippendale dancer in a Moschino tuxedo, worn shirtless with a skinny patent leather necktie. The art, music and film crowds brought their fashion A-games for the Museum of Contemporary Art's 35th anniversary gala at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in downtown L.A. on Saturday night.
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October 28, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
L.A.-based designer Jeremy Scott has been appointed creative director of Italian fashion brand Moschino , it was announced Monday. He will make his debut with the fall/winter 2014-15 collection during Milan Fashion Week in February. It's a great marriage of two rabble-rousers that should bring a new, young, hip audience to the Moschino brand. Franco Moschino founded his label in 1983, gaining fame for his irreverent, at times anti-fashion fashion statements (a matador jacket emblazoned with the phrase "Bull Chic," for example)
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November 10, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
He's dressed Rihanna in a chain-mail football jersey and Katy Perry in an ice cream cone dress. And now Jeremy Scott, L.A. fashion's rabble-rouser, is getting ready to storm Italy's design capital. Starting with the fall 2014 collection showing at Milan Fashion Week in February, Scott - named Moschino creative director in October - will be infusing that brand with all the whimsy and street cool that have made pop stars fans of his namesake label, as well as making him an attractive collaborator for Adidas, Swatch, Longchamp, Smart Car and others.
NEWS
October 28, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Jeremy Scott  is the new creative director at Moschino , the brand founded in 1983 by the late Franco Moschino, who was known for his tongue-in-cheek approach to fashion. Starting with the fall 2014 collection, the L.A.-based Scott will be infusing the Italian brand with all the whimsy and street cool that have made Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, A$AP Rocky and nearly every other pop star on the planet fans of his namesake label, as well as making him an attractive collaborator for brands such as Adidas, Swatch, Longchamp and Smart Car. I rang Scott on Monday afternoon to talk about his new role, catching him before he takes off for Milan on Sunday to work on his first collection, which will debut in February during Milan Fashion Week.  How long has this been in the works?
NEWS
March 30, 2014 | By Booth Moore, This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.
Pharrell Williams and Vivi Nevo sporting the same Vivienne Westwood Mountain hat. Socialite Joy Venturini Bianchi in a wonderfully wild  Tom Ford  zebra gown with a bristly mane. And designer Jeremy Scott playing the haute Chippendale dancer in a Moschino tuxedo, worn shirtless with a skinny patent leather necktie. The art, music and film crowds brought their fashion A-games for the Museum of Contemporary Art's 35th anniversary gala at the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA in downtown L.A. on Saturday night.
NEWS
November 3, 2000
Nothing a fashion designer wears for an important appearance is randomly selected. As Jeremy Scott stood backstage at his first U.S. show last week, he was dressed in a shawl-collared tuxedo jacket, a mostly unbuttoned ruffled shirt, Miu Miu sandals, a gaudy rhinestoned eagle necklace and, hanging from his shoulder, a tattered, yellow and white striped cotton tote bag from Giorgio of Beverly Hills. On anyone else, the bag would just be another rescued relic from the '80s.
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December 1, 2002 | JEREMY ROSENBERG
Jeremy Scott's "lifestyle pod" sits parked in the alley adjacent to the 29-year-old fashion designer's east Melrose studio. Near the pod--that's Scott-speak for his black 2002 Jeep Liberty, the first automobile he's ever owned--a man in a cowboy hat sells spiced corn from a cart. A woman loudly scolds a misbehaving dog. Across the road, portable toilets stand sentry in front of dirt mounds and metal fencing. For this, Scott left Paris, where he was even recognized by cabdrivers? "L.A.
NEWS
February 21, 2014 | By Susan Denley
Jeremy Scott showed his first collection for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week on Thursday, and he incorporated elements from SpongeBob SquarePants, Budweiser, Hershey's, McDonald's and other icons of pop culture (or consumerism). [The Cut] Lena Dunham says she felt completely respected by the way Vogue handled her shoot for the February cover -- but she lost some respect for Jezebel for the way it reacted by trying to prove she'd been Photoshopped and not backing down when it turned out she wasn't.
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February 12, 2014 | By Adam Tschorn
NEW YORK -- The Super Bowl? The Olympics? Baseball's steroid scandal? All or none of the above? We're not sure exactly what athletic endeavors inspired the "Gentle Monsters" collection Jeremy Scott sent down the runway at Milk Studios on Wednesday, but we're sure of one thing -- it hit a home run. There were shaggy, candy-colored athletic jerseys, hybrid Jeremy Scott for Adidas footwear turned hockey padding that laced up the front all the way...
NEWS
January 8, 2014 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Los Angeles-based designer Jeremy Scott , who was appointed creative director at Italian luxury brand Moschino in October, gave buyers and the media a taste of what's to come with his pre-fall collection lookbook, which went out this week. And judging from the photos, it looks like he's off to a good start. Scott has mixed classic Moschino design codes (biker jackets, ladylike suits, quilted leather and chain trim) with his own sporty, 1980s-era streetwear touches. I like the backpack made to look like a biker jacket and the blingy logo baseball caps, the varsity-jacket-styled ladylike skirt suit and the tromp l'oeil slip-meets-shirt dress.
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November 10, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
He's dressed Rihanna in a chain-mail football jersey and Katy Perry in an ice cream cone dress. And now Jeremy Scott, L.A. fashion's rabble-rouser, is getting ready to storm Italy's design capital. Starting with the fall 2014 collection showing at Milan Fashion Week in February, Scott - named Moschino creative director in October - will be infusing that brand with all the whimsy and street cool that have made pop stars fans of his namesake label, as well as making him an attractive collaborator for Adidas, Swatch, Longchamp, Smart Car and others.
NEWS
October 28, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
L.A.-based designer Jeremy Scott has been appointed creative director of Italian fashion brand Moschino , it was announced Monday. He will make his debut with the fall/winter 2014-15 collection during Milan Fashion Week in February. It's a great marriage of two rabble-rousers that should bring a new, young, hip audience to the Moschino brand. Franco Moschino founded his label in 1983, gaining fame for his irreverent, at times anti-fashion fashion statements (a matador jacket emblazoned with the phrase "Bull Chic," for example)
NEWS
October 28, 2013 | By Booth Moore, Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic
Jeremy Scott  is the new creative director at Moschino , the brand founded in 1983 by the late Franco Moschino, who was known for his tongue-in-cheek approach to fashion. Starting with the fall 2014 collection, the L.A.-based Scott will be infusing the Italian brand with all the whimsy and street cool that have made Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, A$AP Rocky and nearly every other pop star on the planet fans of his namesake label, as well as making him an attractive collaborator for brands such as Adidas, Swatch, Longchamp and Smart Car. I rang Scott on Monday afternoon to talk about his new role, catching him before he takes off for Milan on Sunday to work on his first collection, which will debut in February during Milan Fashion Week.  How long has this been in the works?
ENTERTAINMENT
August 23, 2012
MUSIC The global tide of K-pop is finally beginning to show up in person on American shores. Following in the wake of the David Letterman-endorsed Girls Generation that performed in Anaheim in the spring the saucier and more hip-hop-inclined girl group 2NE1 has set an L.A. date on a forthcoming world tour. The group's sci-fi flash has won it some powerful fans, including producer will.i.am, who reportedly has been working with the group, and designer Jeremy Scott, who contributed costuming for the group's tour.
NEWS
September 12, 2013 | By Adam Tschorn
NEW YORK -- Jeremy Scott unveiled a collaboration with artist Kenny Scharf for his spring and summer 2014 men's and women's collection that hit the runway at Milk Studios here on Wednesday. The inspiration: Titled "Teenagers from Mars," this collection combines the rebellious spirit of '50s-era youth with a future-past Space Age aesthetic to create a range of pieces perfect for the planet-hopping retro-rebel set.  The look: Scott's usual riot of pattern and color on form-fitting, one-shoulder dresses, bathing suits, skirts and bustier tops for women, several riffs on a bowling shirt silhouette for men (which worked particularly well with the overall vibe of the collection)
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