Jeremy Scott New York Fashion Week

Angeleno Jeremy Scott showed his anti-war side with a collection that mixed avant garde with wearability. Micky Mouse hats and combat boots made me think of Man Ray and Moschino. The collection consisted of knitwear, bathing suits, simple dresses and evening gowns in bold war-inspired prints such as barbed wire and the US Constitution.  I especially liked the column gowns at the end of the show: one had with two capitol buildings covering the model’s breasts, another used helicopter propellers.  Bathing suits were splashed with Scott’s take on the dollar bill. It was capitalism and violence all the way–with a little Disney idealism thrown in for good measure. Jeremy_scott_bears_shot

Check out those army caps and cuddly bears.

Js_barbed_wire_male_look Barbed Wire always makes a statement.

Js_cute_swim_suite_patternjpg I didn’t notice any overt political statement with this outfit. I just liked the cut and print.

Js_dollar_bill_bag Dollar bill bags. Hot or not?

Js_dollar_bill_swim_suit Money talks, especially when plastered across a great set of abs. 


Js_micky_mouse_ears_and_cape_example I think I used to get this outfit when I went to Disneyland in the 80s.

Js_phone_dress Call me

Jsthe_captiol_dressjpg Capitol protection

Js_the_designer The designer 


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