Written by Reuters
08 Sep, 2019 | 3:31 pm
From head to toe, Jeremy Scott created a colorfully bold spring/summer 2020 collection. The New York-based designer debuted his rock-inspired line at New York Fashion Week on Friday (September 6).
“This season is really inspired by the idea of an imaginary kind of, rock band, heavy metal, sci-fi, neon, new-wave, everything all sort of mixed together. So, you have chainmail, metal mesh, crystal mesh. You have, you know, exaggerated volumes and shapes. You have neon colors, you have also dark colors and black patents,” said Scott.
Models were topped with bright wigs and grounded by boots in all heights and hues as they strutted the catwalk to rock music including classic B-52’s.
The collection is made up of an array of prints from zebra, snake, and cheetah to floral and geometric shapes.
“There are animal prints, on top of animal prints on top of animal prints. There are different versions of even, be it tiger or zebra. They’re all kind of such imaginary ones and in such color schemes that don’t sort of realistic. I don’t even know what to say they are but they are animal prints and there are lots of them. Just very electric.”
Fringe flowed down the runway while sequins and beading lit up the room.
New York Fashion Week will end on September 11.
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