MOSCHINO+Jeremy Scott

MOSCHINO+Jeremy Scott

MOSCHINO is, as we all know, famous for its extravagant and colorful style and it is the dream of every Nashville advertising photographer.  This year, the new designer, Jeremy Scott, introduced his first autumn/winter 2014-15 collection for the Italian brand. The management of the brand made a huge decision when inviting the flamboyant Jeremy Scott to be the creative director of the loud fashion house. The designer is known for his powerful, extravagant style. Everyone was super excited to see the result of the new collaboration, as both the designer and the fashion house are interesting and unique.

 The MOSCHINO collection was a total success and it can be easily characterized by Scott’s personality. It is flamboyant, colorful and unique. The creativity of the new designer has easily combined fashion and junk food in such a chic away, that it is simply making you want for more.  As you have probably noticed already, Jeremy Scott used the most recognizable brand in the world: McDonalds, by printing its huge logo on the MOSCHINO dresses. Also, you’ll see outfits with printed cornflakes, canned beans and biscuits.

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 In stores and showrooms all around the world, you can find handbags, belts, hats, sweatshirts, dresses and more of everything that will make your image creative and modern. Bags are available in different shapes and sizes, ranging from sporty backpacks and ending up with small bags of bright colors with contrasting trim and other decorative elements. There is also an incredible collection of accessories. You can find phone cases in the shape of French Fries. There are also red and yellow fashionable hats that will make you look fresh and current.

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MOSCHINO’s new creative director, Jeremy Scott, is an amazing designer and artist. The new collection can surprise even the most experienced audience. It is different, vibrant and a little naughty, just like the spectacular brand.

All images: Moschino campaign by Steven Meisel, via Fashion Gone Rogue

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