Jeremy Scott SS14

Earth Sucks compared to Scott's cartoon world of latex, beehives and Kenny Scharf prints

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Photography by Lea Colombo

Initial reaction:  

Sixties cartoon characters redesigned as ‘hyphy’ San Fran teenagers.

Unexpected details:  

Little clasp cardigans rendered in latex and men's red latex shorts with hole-punch polka dots.

Stand out look:  

A men's purple fur moto jacket.

Hair:  

Sixties TV show-host hair: black wigs with bangs and stiff roller flicks.

Collaboration:  

Prints designed with artist Kenny Scharf.

Quote of the show:  

"Jeremy is the first person that I ever let take my art, and do whatever he wants. I wasn't nervous about it not being the greatest most fun thing. I wasn't let down." - Kenny Scharf

Front row:  

Long time supporters Nicky Minaj and A$AP Rocky. Rocky recently collaborated with Jeremy Scott for Adidas.

Least surprising moment:  

When a micro-bikini-clad model walked by and Rocky mouthed "DAYUM."

Soundtrack: 

Pop greats, from "Lollipop Lollipop" to "My Boyfriend's Back.

Model behaviour:

In light of Naomi Campbell's statements over the weekend, it's important to note Jeremy Scott's runway was one of the most racially diverse of the season.

 

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