Jeremy Scott’s announcement that he is officially leaving the position of Creative Director of Moschino has left many fans with regret.
Jeremy Scott’s “colorful, fun, and crazy” collections at Moschino
What’s going on with the fashion world? From the end of 2022 until now, the fashion world has received a series of farewell news: Alessandro Michele left Gucci, Riccardo Tisci said goodbye to Burberry and Raf Simons closed his personal brand. It seems that this “purge” does not stop there. Most recently, Jeremy Scott announced on his personal Instagram that he officially left the position of Creative Director after 10 years at Moschino. Jeremy Scott is synonymous with Moschino: colorful, exciting, and crazy. Let’s take a look at his unique imprints at the Italian fashion house.
For his debut collection at Moschino, Jeremy Scott came up with a crazy idea to combine accents on Mcdonald’s packaging, fast food, and Spongebob Squarepants, marking one of the company’s most important collections. grandfather. The collection immediately made waves in the fashion world. The clever and sly approach of embracing consumer culture under the name Moschino helped Jeremy enter his golden age in fashion.
Jeremy treats fashion like a coloring book, where white dresses and suits are canvas, embellished with messy crayons, wide-brimmed hats, and oversized jewelry. The collection ends with Gigi Hadid as the bride, followed by a swarm of butterflies. Jeremy Scott’s surreal fashion dreams built up the entire personality and image of Moschino, an endless source of inspiration for generations to come.
Bringing viewers back to the 80s, Jeremy Scott said: “In terms of geopolitics, think about the 1780s and what’s happening globally today: were the protests in Hong Kong against an oppressive government? In Chile, they are protesting the increase in metro fares; Obviously, my home country has a lot of bad things going on. Come to think of it, anarchy is very similar to… Moschino!”
This is one of Jeremy’s last collections at Moschino. Each design features an inflatable detail, be it the collar or the heart-shaped hemline. This detail was inspired by a life jacket from his 1989 Cruise Me Baby collection. Based on that add a lifebuoy hoop to the skirt hem. “Sometimes I feel like I’m drowning,” Jeremy added, acknowledging bad news stifling his creative inspiration. This collection was born as a metaphor for the joy he always sought.
Changing and renewing to give creative directions is necessary for fashion brands. Let’s look forward to the next steps in Jeremy Scott’s career.
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