Moschino (and Barbie) World


It’s no secret that I love Jeremy Scott. He’s always been one of my favorite designers and now that he’s the Creative Director of Moschino, the house is another platform where we can see his work. His latest collection (Spring 2015 RTW) for Moschino showed last week in Milan. In true Jeremy Scott fashion, this collection was exciting, campy and a snap-shot of pop culture.  After taking on McDonald’s last season, this collection was inspired by Barbie herself.

I am so in love with this collection, everything from the signature pink color to the models’ blonde wigs —the looks were perfectly Barbie. I’ve featured some of my favorite looks below:

You can purchase the collection on or, let’s hear it for e-commerce! Here are some of my favorite items from the line! Aren’t they cute?

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Jeremy Scott Website

GOT A MAKEOVER….and it’s pretty cool. If you’re a regular reader of my blog, you know my obsession with Jeremy. His website in the past, sadly, has not quite matched up to the scale of his label. It was very basic, and dare I say Windows 95-esque (sorry Jeremy, but it’s true).  But after this overhaul, the site is now an online shoppers paradise. For those who can’t get to Opening Ceremony in New York (the only place I’ve ever seen his clothes in the USA), his website now offers a selection of items from his past few collections. What’s even cooler is that the models are like GIFs, in that they are all doing different movements. You can narrow your search by collection or male/female clothes, it’s worth a look.

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Jeremy Scott S/S ’13

It’s no lie that Jeremy Scott is probably my favorite designer, hands down. I caught up with the show this evening and once again Jeremy managed to amaze. The show titled “Arab Summer” features aqua python, gold chain-print with a Jeremy Scott logo (of course), and black floor-length headdresses. Models wore a variety of hats and keffiyehs down the runway, maybe another nod to the culture. Always the fashion risk taker, Jeremy made a few of the dresses have a heavy amount of golden guns dangling from the material. Word is Paris Hilton, Ryan Lochte, and Tyra Banks were in attendance at Milk Studios this afternoon. Jeremy’s collections always seem to transcend fashion and make a more artistic comment on society and culture. His artistic vision and ability to translate it into fashion is what is so brilliant about him.




Jeremy Scott Fall 2012

Because Jeremy Scott is one of my all time favorite fashion designers, I have to honor him by featuring his work. Typically I look forward to seeing Jeremy’s collaboration with Longchamp, as he gives front-row guests the new bag for the season. But I haven’t been able to find a picture of this season’s tote (I will definitely post it once I find). This collection seems to be inspired by the 90s, rainbows, and the internet –a crazy combination that can only manifest itself in the most avant garde way, a way that only Jeremy can contrive. I’m not sure how wearable this collection is, but it pulled high-profile models and celebrity guests alike. Here are a few highlights, and if you’re interested you can check out the rest of the collection here.

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Dudley O’Shaughnessy (recognize him?)

Diana Agron covers Nylon Jan/Feb

Glee star Diana Agron looks positively mod on the January cover of Nylon magazine. As an avid reader of the magazine, i think their styling team worked their magic on Diana and transformed her into a Nylon girl. She looks so much like Twiggy  from the hair to the eyes and 60s-chic clothes. The second photo is my favorite outfit that she wears hence why it is included in my post. I’m not sure of all the designers she’s wearing; however, I know the shoes are by Jeremy Scott. He’s a favorite designer amongst Nylon photoshoots.

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Jeremy Scott

One of my favourite designers Jeremy Scott held his S/S ’12 fashion show at Milk Studios today (I watched the live stream). I was floored by the string of themes he decided to go with: Western, cowboy, 50s, cow print, cacti, and campy-California. Of course those are my opinions on the thematics of the show. I think Jeremy Scott is an artist (clearly a theme of the designers I admire; see my Rodarte post). I love designers who are artists and Jeremy is the fashion industry’s Andy Warhol. I wish I could plaster his entire show on my blog but that would just be excessive so peep the entire show here.