Designer Jeremy Scott released the pictures from his latest campaign for Moschino. The campaign features Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber, Vittoria Ceretti, Soojoo Park, Rianne Van Rompaey and more. All of the models are transformed into aliens with their bodies covered in blue, orange, yellow and green paint. The theme of the campaign didn’t come as a surprise considering the fact that Moschino‘s Fall/Winter 2018 show featured models-turned-aliens.
H&M is the master of designer collaborations. The mass retailer managed to offer many collections designed by luxury designers at low prices. From Erdem’s dreamy floral dresses and suits to Balmain’s cool pieces, H&M’s high-low fashion collaborations sell out very fast. The latest epic collaboration is with the most charming luxury brand MOSCHINO. The brand’s leading designer Jeremy Scott was the first to reveal the news at the music festival Coachella. At the MOSCHINO party, Scott announced the collaboration with H&M by projecting a call from supermodel Gigi Hadid onto big screens.
Right after the first announcement, H&M took it to Instagram to confirm the news and share more details about the collaborative collection. According to the high-street retailer, the MOSCHINO [tv] H&M collection will launch on November 8, 2018. There is quite a wait until you can snatch Jeremy Scott designed pieces at low prices, but fans of Moschino are already excited. Keep in mind that H&M’s designer collections sell out extremely fast, so you better mark this date on your calendar if you want to put your hands on these pieces.
Jeremy Scott is equally excited about his collab with the affordable brand.
“I am excited about MOSCHINO [tv] H&M. My life’s work has been to connect with people through fashion, and with this collaboration, I’ll be able to reach more of my fans than I’ve ever had the ability to do,” Scott said in a statement.
The designer has previously worked with Adidas on an affordable line. Anyway, he is no longer collaborating with the sportswear brand, so his H&M collection will cater to all of his fans who can’t afford the MOSCHINO prices.
The MOSCHINO [tv] H&M line will feature both womenswear and menswear, as well as accessories. The pieces will be in MOSCHINO’s recognizable bold aesthetic. Expect to see electric colors, sequins, and fun silhouettes. The designer revealed that he is also working on an updated version of his biker jacket bag from a few years ago for H&M. Scott described that this will be “the tiniest biker bag ever”. H&M and Jeremy Scott already gave us a sneak peek of what to expect with the help of the designer himself and no other than Gigi Hadid. Both the model and the designer wore pieces from the MOSCHINO [tv] H&M collection at Coachella.
The collaborative collection with MOSCHINO will be available online and in select H&M stores worldwide. Prices will range between $25 – $300.
Jeremy Scott is one of the most creative designers in the world with highly recognizable aesthetics. Now the designer transferred his unique design aesthetics into a makeup collaboration with MAC Cosmetics. Just like most of us lately, it seems that Scott is obsessed with throw-back vibes from the 90s. The whole theme of the collection very much reminds of those times.
Let’s start with the inspiration for the makeup line. Even from the first look, you will see that the designer was driven by music while creating both the packaging and the products. Music is one of the ways he expresses his vivid imaginations. And this time it helped him release a line full of “manic color for eyes, lips, and cheeks”. The Jeremy Scott x MAC collaboration features three palettes, packed in super-fun containers.
“I love how music can take a room and alter it. It makes me feel really cozy. It’s just kind of my house’s calling card. You could have a white T-shirt and jeans on but do this full face of makeup and it’s a totally different effect than a stripped-down look. I think it’s fascinating. I was just thinking about how many different skin tones there are and how many different types of people there are who love what I do and have such a range of beauty. I really wanted to be able to capture as many people’s personalities [as possible] at the same time.”- Scott told Vogue.
The eye palette, dubbed “LoFi”, includes a range of 29 eyeshadows. Jeremy made sure to involve vibrant hues such as green, purple, white, blue and magenta. The palette also includes shades like brown, gray, and nude which you can use for everyday makeup. It is packed in a fun boombox that follows the theme of the collection.
“Future Emotion” is the tape cassette-shaped lip palette made of 9 bold lipstick colors including orange, red, fuchsia, deep brown, burgundy, vibrant purple, matte nude, pink, and dusty brown.
And the third palette is the cheek “Acoustica” palette, featuring a satin powder blush in pink, a matte bronzing powder, and an iridescent highlighter. The cheek products are packed in a fun CD-shaped container.
The Moschino designer recently released a teddy bear-themed makeup collaboration with Sephora. That was just the start of many more creative outbursts from the king of the extravaganza. The Jeremy Scott x MAC collection will debut on January 28. It will be available at select MAC locations as well as online on maccosmetics.com. The lip and cheek palettes will retail for $35 each, while the eyeshadow one will cost $75.
Photo Credit: Jeremy Scott x MAC
The Milan Fashion Week surprised this year. With the celebrity audience that NYFW gets and the fresh design energy that LFW is known for, the MFW has always been kind of in between. But this year Milan took the lead. It was an amazing pure Italian experience at its best. Milan was the epicenter of the fashion happenings this season. From Dolce & Gabbana and Versace to Gucci and Giorgio Armani, the Italian fashion masters brought back the spotlight to the Milan Fashion Week.
Gucci threw an unordinary show in a venue full of ancient statues. The designs followed Alessandro Michele’s vintage design aesthetic. The heavily embellished, intricate ensembles left everyone in awe. The collection that was a throwback to many big fashion moments in the past will most certainly have a bright future.
Dolce & Gabbana RTW Spring 2018 collection almost felt like haute couture. The designer duo took everyday objects and transformed them into masterpieces. The astonishing headpieces that Stefano and Domenico designed perfectly complimented the luxury outfits.
Donatella Versace stole the show with a spectacular closure of her Spring 2018 presentation. The designer paid tribute to her designer brother Gianni Versace with his greatest muses. Carla Bruni, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Helena Christensen walked in dazzling golden dresses next to Donatella in honor of the legendary Gianni Versace. The entire Spring 2018 collection reflected his amazing work throughout the years.
Jeremy Scott redefined the terms of ready to wear with his innovative Spring 2018 collection for Moschino. Model-size walking bouquets appeared on the runway and impressed the audience.
We still have to see a lot of big names during Paris Fashion Week, but it’s safe to say that Milan Fashion Week got in the spotlight this year.
Feast your eyes on the best runway looks from SS 2018 MFW.
Milan is known as the capital of fashion. Each year we get excited about all the amazing shows we can see during Milan Fashion Week. We are already halfway with the week, and all of the fashion houses so far didn’t disappoint. Starting with the hypnotic show by Gucci, to the breath-taking floral event by Moschino, we can’t wait to see what the others will offer.
Another great thing about every Milan Fashion Week is the street style. Bloggers, influencers, and trendsetters from all over the world flaunt their best outfits on the streets of Milan. Aside from the high-end designers, the guests have a big part in setting the new trends. Alessandro Michele and Gucci were the ones that made the crowd go wild. Many influencers wore all-Gucci outfits, in honor of the legendary designer and the long-anticipated show.
This year the biggest trend is already in motion. It seems that everyone is wearing checks and plaids. Blazers in these patterns were all over the streets of Milan. Some of the trendsetters wore them with matching trousers. Others paired them with jeans and statement shoes. Either way, a check suit or blazer should become a part of your fall wardrobe.
Another standout piece, caught by the paparazzi was the sheer printed dress. Many bloggers appeared in these beautiful maxi dresses, most of them with excessive prints in vibrant colors. The fanny pack was the number one bag seen during the SS 2018 Milan Fashion Week. Fashion from the 90s is making a huge come-back, so you should embrace every trend from that decade.
If you need inspiration on how to improve your style and make things more interesting, this is the right place. Take a look at these standout street style looks from the SS 2018 Milan Fashion Week, and be bold.
Jeremy Scott showed his spring offerings for Moschino yesterday during Milan Fashion Week. The Spring 2018 collection tells a story about biker ballerina. It was the life of a ballerina with every tiny detail included. From her time before rehearsal, the performance and the atmosphere after the performance it was all well planned. Jeremy Scott’s biker ballerina wears a leather jacket, boots and top on her way to the rehearsals and after the shows. Then she has her costumes on the scene. Some models walked the runway as living flower bouquets. This was also a part of the “Life of a Ballerina” story. At the end of a ballet performance when the dancers take a bow, people throw bouquets on the scene. So, Jeremy wanted to capture that moment in the Moschino Spring 2018 collection as well.
“Flowers are always such a stereotype of spring, so I thought, how do I take this stereotype and make it mine? It became literally flowers,” the designer said.
Moschino’s recognizable graphics were missing in the Spring 2018 collection. Jeremy Scott added other details that made the pieces pop. Anna Cleveland showed face on the runway plucking giant leaves from her dress in a he-loves-me, he-loves-me-not manner. Many familiar faces walked the runway. Joan Smalls and Gigi Hadid wore the show-stopping flower bouquets dresses.
Jeremy Scott’s theme for Spring 2018 collection were ballerinas. So there was a lot of tulle in the Spring 2018 collection. From classic ballerina skirts to glamorous dresses with mile-long trains, Jeremy Scott offered tulle pieces for all ballerinas out there. The designer paired the tulle pieces with fishnet stockings and old-school boots to add an edgy vibe to the collection. After all, that’s what Moschino is all about, a faux idea of high fashion. Some even call it faute couture. Jeremy Scott’s idea for faute couture lives for more than 20 years on the fashion scene. Just recently the designer celebrated his 20th anniversary with a show in New York for his eponymous brand.
Jeremy Scott’s intention with the Moschino Spring 2018 collection was to make people smile. The playful designs are made to entertain people in these politically challenging times.
“My legacy would be a smile. If I could put a smile on someone’s face I think that’s a huge service to the world,” Scott said a night before the show.
Photo Credit: Yannis Vlamos / Indigital.tv
One of the coolest high-end clothing brands Moschino is teaming up with Sephora for its first beauty line. Moschino is well known for its eccentric designs that include cartoon characters and other childish symbols. Finally, for the first time ever, the brand decided to translate their fun designs into makeup. According to Elle Canada, Moschino will release a seven-piece limited-edition bear-shaped collection.
“When thinking about the collaboration [with Sephora Collection], I wanted to capture the iconograph of Moschino and there could be no more perfect of an ambassador to do that than our teddy Toy,” said the mastermind behind the Moschino designs, Jeremy Scott.
Jeremy believes that makeup is such a beautiful thing because of its power to transform your mood. Moschino’s makeup collection will include many of the brand’s signature touches. First of all, the entire collection will feature the Moschino’s teddy bear named Toy. Additionally, Jeremy Scott included bright colors, shiny hardware, and glossy lacquer. The good news is that the Moschino makeup products won’t be as pricey as its clothing pieces. Nothing in the line is over $70 apparently because the designer wanted to treat those who can’t afford to wear Moschino clothes.
“I learned very early on how much young people love my work, and sometimes they don’t have the means to get it. This is another way for me to do Moschino and not sacrifice quality. It’s a lot more accessible. I love to be able to put my arms around more people and have them be a part of the Moschino family in some capacity,” said Jeremy Scott in a statement.
Some of Jeremy Scott’s most interesting designs include a purse in the shape of McDonald’s happy meal box as well as toilet paper small shoulder bag. Having that in mind, the makeup collection will be anything but ordinary. You can expect to see a giant 21-shade teddy bear-shaped palette, highlighter duo, and shopping bag-shaped eyeshadow palette.One of the most fun makeup pieces is the 24-karat gold necklace that comes with 6 lip glosses as well as the shiny gold bear brush set. The collection will arrive at Sephora stores in August and is expected to sell-out immediately.
If you want to put your hands on some Moschino pieces for relatively low prices than this collection is the right choice.
Photo Courtesy of Elle Canada
The remarkably talented creative director of Moschino, Jeremy Scott never ceases to amaze us. Even after 12 years with the Italian brand, Jeremy proves that he is one of the most creative designers ever. Scott decided to present the Resort 2018 Collection and the men’s Spring 2018 Collection at the same time and the same place. On Thursday night he gathered many celebrities and fashion influencers at the MILK Studios in Los Angeles, to present his newest designs.
The whole place was packed with celebrities and many of them are Jeremy’s close friends. Fergie, Ashley Graham, Dita Von Teese, Cameron Dallas, Vanessa Hudgens, Joe Jonas, Tracee Ellis Ross, Charli XCX were just some of the influencers that enjoyed the show from the front row. Most of them continued at the after-party at The Roosevelt Hotel together with Scott.
As for the models that walked the runway, Jeremy also aimed high. You could see his designs being paraded by supermodels such as Miranda Kerr, Hailey Baldwin, Romee Strijd, Stella Maxwell, Jasmine Tookes, Joan Smalls, Presley Gerber, Jasmine Sanders and much more. All of the models are a part of IMG Models, the same agency that represents the designer.
The eccentric Jeremy Scott is definitely is not a fan of the ordinary. For this colorful collection, he took everyone on a road trip from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. He got inspired by some of the most iconic characters in America. Pin up girls such as Bettie Page, Betty Boop, Betty Grable, influencers such as Marilyn Monroe and cartoon stars such as Sponge Bob and Olive Oyl were just a part of the characters that he included in this playful collection.
“I was thinking hot rods and dusty roads from L.A. to Las Vegas and that Route 66 life, like the boneyards with all the old neon signs and pin-up girls and Playboy bunnies and these archetypes of Americana. I’m feeling a little nostalgic about America. Is our America being lost by some psychopath?”- he says.
He didn’t miss the chance to mention Cher, who was one of the muses he thought of while creating. Jeremy also added some countryside and cowboy details.
“Cher. A Vegas icon. There’s a tiny bit of Liberace going on. There’s also the showgirl herself, even if she’s not a named person. And Nomi Malone and Gina Gershon in Showgirls.”- Scott explains.
This time the designs were a bit more feminine and down-to-earth compared to the previous collections. You can see a lot of transparent pieces, most of them in soft colors with appliques of Scott’s muses all over them. The appliques are very present in the collection, both in the women’s and the men’s designs.
One of the most eye-catching details in the collection are the hot fire flames placed on the bodysuits, men’s and women’s blazers, pants and shirts. It seems that Scott literally set the collection on fire.
The designer didn’t miss the opportunity to implement a little sparkle in his creations. You can see sequins on bodysuits, cowboy-style crop tops, and dresses. The classic women’s and men’s suits, embellished with rhinestones and a deep-V finish are a real treat for the eyes.
“Maybe she’s leaving the casino half-dressed in showgirl gear and going back to her place, and maybe they are between shifts and went to get something at the buffet”- Jeremy explains the outfits.
The denim part of the collection features beautiful pieces made of patched denim and flower motives. The skirts, tops, and jumpsuits look very sophisticated and definitely something that you can wear every day. There are also a lot of countryside and cowboy elements. From studded cowboy boots and hats to unique studded and patched denim jeans, they complete the successful journey from L.A to Vegas on Route 66.
Lastly, the accessory of the show were the bunny ears. Paired with embellished suits and long sweatshirt dresses the bunny ears were the central accessory of the collection. At the end of the show, the designer himself appeared in an electric blue sweatshirt with the brand’s logo on it, and a picture of Sponge Bob surrounded by flames.
Photos By: Kirk McKoy / Indigital.tv