In a surprising turn of events, Jeremy Scott, the creative force behind Moschino's flamboyant and provocative designs, has announced his departure from the iconic Italian fashion house. Known for his eclectic and often whimsical aesthetic, Scott has left an indelible mark on the brand since taking the helm in 2013. Let’s take a closer look at Jeremy Scott's tenure at Moschino, his memorable collections, and what his departure means for the fashion world.
We're head over heels for Jeremy Scott and Moschino's unapologetic celebration of jewelry as the pièce de résistance of their runway masterpieces It's no wonder that Scott's fearless approach to design and his love for statement accessories make him one of Jagged Metal's biggest inspirations.
A Perfect Match: Jeremy Scott and Moschino
When Jeremy Scott was appointed as Moschino's creative director in 2013, many saw it as a match made in fashion heaven. Scott's playful and daring approach to design was a natural fit for Moschino, a brand known for its irreverent and tongue-in-cheek sensibility. Scott breathed new life into the brand, infusing it with his signature pop-culture-inspired creations and turning the runway into a stage for his larger-than-life vision.
During his time at Moschino, Jeremy Scott brought us a plethora of unforgettable collections. From his debut Fall/Winter 2014 collection, which featured fast-food-inspired couture and SpongeBob SquarePants dresses, to the Spring/Summer 2019 collection that paid tribute to iconic TV show "The Price Is Right," Scott consistently pushed the boundaries of fashion and made headlines with his unique and entertaining designs.
Some of his other memorable collections include the "Barbie Dreamhouse" inspired Spring/Summer 2015 collection, the "paper doll" concept for the Spring/Summer 2017 collection, and the Fall/Winter 2017 collection, which featured models dressed as walking bouquets.
Our favourite - The Dynasty Collection
Power suits with exaggerated shoulders, luxurious fur coats, sparkling sequined dresses, and daring high-slits were the collection's pièces de résistance. The ensembles were completed with decadent accessories, such as oversized earrings, layered necklaces, and chunky bracelets – a nostalgic nod to the vibrant '80s vintage jewelry scene.
The Dynasty Collection's relevance to '80s vintage jewelry went beyond aesthetics. Both Scott and the era's accessory designers shared a fearless approach to fashion, celebrating individuality and self-expression. By embracing the bold and the glamorous, they inspired and empowered fashion enthusiasts to break free from conventional style norms and express their unique identities.
The Impact of Jeremy Scott's Departure
Jeremy Scott's departure from Moschino signifies the end of an era for the brand. His larger-than-life personality and fearless approach to design have helped solidify Moschino's reputation as a fashion house that is unafraid to push the envelope and make bold statements. It remains to be seen who will take the reins as the new creative director, but one thing is for sure: the successor will have big shoes to fill.
As for Jeremy Scott, the future looks bright. While his next move is not yet clear, his undeniable talent, creativity, and ability to captivate audiences will undoubtedly continue to make waves in the fashion industry. As we bid farewell to Jeremy Scott's Moschino chapter, we can only anticipate the exciting and groundbreaking projects he will embark on in the next phase of his illustrious career.
Jeremy Scott's departure from Moschino marks the end of a remarkable era for the brand. With his audacious designs and unapologetic approach to fashion, Scott has left an indelible mark on Moschino's history. As we eagerly await news of his next venture and the appointment of Moschino's new creative director, we will fondly look back on Scott's unforgettable collections and the impact he has had on the fashion world.