Moschino FW16: Jeremy Scott Continues To Push The Envelope For Contemporary Fashion.
Jeremy Scott is somewhat of a modern mastermind. FinessingÂ an arsenal of eccentricities that always seem to keep us guessing, the designer has propelled himself to the forefront of pop culture. A favorite of A list celebs includingÂ Katy Perry (who starred in the brand’s FW15 Ad Campaign) and the sensational museÂ on his very own aptly titled documentary, Jeremy Scott: The People’s Documentary, Scott isÂ one of the most talked about names in fashion today.
For his Moschino FW16 collection, the designerÂ sifted through dreamy archives presenting a modern collection guided by British Artists Gilbert and George.Â The aesthetic isÂ equal amounts of pop and artÂ as Scott presents a collage of sorts utilizing dizzying geometric shapes and dartingÂ stripes with a Collegiate feel to them. Bright colors and avant-garde prints, dominated trousers and jackets whileÂ denim, trench coats, suits, boots, and bags were spray painted an array of neon rave colors accented with shimmers of crisp white.
Like many of Scott collections, we almost felt as if we were watching a comic book come to life. A comic book filled with a ‘Lisa Frank-on-acid’ color pallet and Scott’s infamous Club Kid aesthetic.
Check out the images below to see a few of our favorite looks from the Jeremy Scott FW16 Collection at London Fashion Week, Mens.