“I’ll show up for anything he does, really,” said Frances Bean Cobain of Jeremy Scott, whose Moschino collection for H&M bowed Wednesday night on the likes of Naomi Campbell and Gigi Hadid, for a front row of Cobain, Paris Jackson and more.
Designers and models attended the event, hosted on Friday night at Milan’s Cinema Manzoni.
The design, which softens the brand’s signature art gallery-inspired store concept, will be rolled out to other locations worldwide.
Insanity ensued at the mouth of the runway, where crowds surrounded Tiffany Haddish, Chiara Ferragni, Caitlyn Jenner, Kim Petras, Paris Hilton and others sitting front row.
The store opens today with the launch of an exclusive capsule collection designed by creative director Jeremy Scott inspired by the “Moschino Couture!” archival design.
China Chow, Billy Idol, January Jones, Jeremy Renner, Emma Roberts and Paris Jackson filled Hollywood’s newest club for the fete.
The show will be held on June 8 and marks the third time creative director Jeremy Scott has opted for combining the collections and presenting them in Los Angeles.
The Italian brand’s store on Rue Saint-Honoré, scheduled to open in July, will debut a new concept by creative director Jeremy Scott.
The French brand is developing its ready-to-wear collection, which targets a luxury consumer.
The designer’s now famous festivities during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival teased a new collaboration due out late this year.
Jeremy Scott muses on why the festival keeps him coming back every year, what his dream lineup would be and whom he’d most like to dress.
Jason “Revok” Williams is the latest graffiti artist to seek to protect his copyright after H&M used his work in an ad.