New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019 is in full swing in the one of the fashion capitals of the world.
The OnoBello.com Fashion and Style Department is doing Show Reports on some select designers showcasing their latest collection this season.
According to a review by Vogue’s Anders Maya Singer, excepts from it reads:
“If I’ve worn it, it’s in a box somewhere,” he said. For his latest collection, Scott opened those boxes figuratively, at least. Jeremy Scott’s muse this time out was Jeremy Scott, circa those tender-aged years when he was designing his own outré clothes and trying out eyebrow-raising hairdos and makeup looks to match.
Polaroids of young Scott featured in prints in this exceptionally well-put-together collection. Other aspects of his ’90’s era aesthetic elaborated the theme of self-celebration though it’s much to Scott’s credit that his recycling of grunge plaid and club-kid neon didn’t come off as nostalgic. Rather, his trip down memory lane read as a joyful pastiche, the looks de-literalized and given a romantic gloss of sequins or crystals or a jolt of the absurd via metastasized proportions and/or 3-D embroideries reading “Riot,” “Hyper,” “Sex,” “Peace.”
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