The 5 pieces a woman should always have in her wardrobe according to Jeremy Scott
As Assouline Editions dedicates a retrospective book to his ten electrifying years at the head of Moschino, the
designer tells us his best memories in the house, his inspirations, and the humor he puts in everything.
Ten years. In an industry where the waltz of artistic directors is uninterrupted, a decade spent at the head of
a fashion house is a rare occurrence today, and is undeniable proof of talent. From his first show for the house,
where McDonald’s waitresses, SpongeBob SquarePants and a Miss S&M were invited, Jeremy Scott laid the foundations:
the pop culture he loves so much was going to take over the collections to shake up the transalpine house with a
wardrobe tinged with humor. More than 50 collections later (yes!), the fashion world is still eagerly awaiting his
shows, with the assurance of a smile.