No one creates out-of-this-world fashion quite like Jeremy Scott — and the designer’s Spring 2016 collection was full of bold prints, mod minis and crop tops that we can’t wait to see on a slew of his celeb fans — especially Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry!
With a film documentary, two fashion lines and countless celeb fans and friends, Jeremy Scott is currently one of the biggest names in fashion — and it was definitely felt at his Spring 2016 show during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 14, where the designer sent a colorful collection down the runway in front of a packed house that included stylish celebs like Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale, Rita Ora, Tyga and Nicky Hilton.
The collection blended a 60s vibe with a very 80s feel. Dresses made of perspex, bright colors and bold prints came down the runway as models rocked everything from bathing suits and mini dresses to tiny, form-fitting skirts and matching crop tops. Models sported bouffant wigs which bounced at their shoulders as they made their way down the runway while colorful, plastic jewelry completed the styling of the collection.
Modeling sister duo Gigi and Bella Hadid walked in the show, (making it the second runway they rocked together for the day). Gigi opened and closed the show, even coming out with the designer at the end for his finale walk.
Jeremy loves to design fun, colorful looks that his quirky, show-stopping celeb friends can’t get enough of — and it’s only a matter of time before Miley Cyrus and Katy Perry step out in his latest line! Along with the bold prints and bright colors, there were a ton of very wearable pieces that I think we can expect to see even more of on the red carpet.
I always look forward to the fun vibe and eye-catching looks at Jeremy’s show, and this season it didn’t disappoint — if anything, it felt bigger and better than ever before. I loved the versatility felt in the collection, which still stayed true to his unique aesthetic.
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