2015 Fall Ready-to-Wear

Jeremy Scott

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Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015

Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015

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  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015
  • Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015

Jeremy Scott RTW Fall 2015

For fall, Jeremy Scott started thinking about dolls.

For fall, Jeremy Scott started thinking about dolls. “Not dolls out of the box,” he clarified while sitting backstage, a vision of calmness as chaos unfolded a few feet away in his star-studded front row. “But loved and cherished dolls.…You play with them, you cut their hair, you paint on them.”

On his runway, Scott sought to channel an all-encompassing “toddler lifestyle” via baby-doll minidresses with Empire waists, Peter Pan collars, bib details and ruffled sleeves. A psychedelic “nursery rhyme”-inspired print was seen throughout, with its mixed cast of rabbits, teddy bears, rattles, hippos, mushrooms, elephants and hearts. One model wore a patent-leather-quilted bonnet, just in case the theme was unclear (and all the models wore low-heeled mary janes with colorful tights). Patent-leather cropped-top-and-skirt sets had a playful sex appeal, while outerwear came in color-blocked patchwork leather and faux-fur versions. For men, the designer continued his sporty aesthetic with mixed-pattern button-downs, quilted plastic overall shorts, onesies in a heart-shaped print, and a two-faced teddy-bear blue knit.

Scott collaborated with artist Rosson Crow on the final looks, a trio of voluminous, clownlike dresses painted on actual canvas, which he described as art pieces. It was hard not to smile as the models paraded down the runway. Mommy, can I have the whole collection?

 

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