June 10, 2014 New York
Jeremy Scott isn't a deep thinker. Not about clothes, anyway—that's not his thing. As he explained in his profile in the most recent issue of Style.com/Print magazine, he wants his clothes to be superficial, to be fun, to pop. Because he plays with iconic elements, his clothes can open themselves up to layers of interpretation, but in many ways the instantaneous reaction to his work is more meaningful to Scott than a critical analysis of it. With that in mind, here are a few instant reactions to Scott's new collection for Moschino. 1) Jean jacket/jean skirt in pink bouclé: Cute! 2) Pink bouclé shortalls? Too cute. As in, actually too cute. 3) Those Moschino logomania knits are going to sell like hotcakes. 4) Mesh? 5) All this magnified monogram-printed denim stuff reminds me of shopping at Hot Topic. 6) I wonder what it would be like to be the kind of woman who'd wear a gold leather strapless biker jacket-styled minidress. Interesting, probably. 7) I wonder what it would be like to walk around Wall Street in that dollar-sign suit. Mental note: Do that. 8) The silk Moschino badge print is pretty sophisticated-looking, in a kind of seventies YSL way. 9) Surrealist shirtdresses: Cute! 10) Ha ha, "Shirt Happens." You get to laugh about that once. 11) Bandannas. Huh. 12) I guess Coca-Cola is the new McDonald's. 13) Soda-can sequins? Well played, Jeremy Scott. Well played.
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