JEREMY SCOTT – NEW YORK S/S 2011 FASHION SHOW


JEREMY SCOTT COLLECTION VIDEO

Fashion designer Jeremy Scott’s inspiration for his spring collection came from the idea of “Cool girls in New York City, such as Debbie Harry to Leigh Lezark – all the girls that go to all the clubs, from Max’s Kansas City in the 80’s to the Boom Boom Room today.” The look goes down the urban punk late 80’s direction, featuring tank tops made of silky polyester with popular logos/sayings, such as “I Love NY” and “Thank You for Shopping Here” and cone breasts a la Madonna’s old Jean Paul Gaultier pieces. There were also a few latex dresses, male models in crotchless, shorts-length chaps and knits. As always, slightly camp but cool, with a brilliant humor.

Fashion week coverage and videos directed by Indira Cesarine for XXXX Magazine

Fashion research assistants: Sandy Chen, Angelina Cepeda, Leslie Gonzalez & Natalie Barnes

Video footage by Jeffrey Gamble, Video edit by Diego Corredor

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