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Cathy Horyn New York Fashion Week Review of Jeremy Scott

Photo: Imaxtree. Illustration: Lauren Tamaki

Jeremy Scott’s method of designing is to chew up the cultural landscape and spit it back out in simple, crowd-pleasing forms. Recently his riffs have included trash TV and celebrity and selfie obsession, with Scott reproducing Polaroids of himself for a print. Invariably, the shapes are as basic as Spam — the processed meat, that is — with plenty of minis, sweatshirts, and sexy dresses glowing like the boob tube.

So it was fascinating last night to see Scott disrupt his own act.

First, he offered a new silhouette — a punk princess with a full skirt of layered tulle. Second, the whole runway collection was in black-and-white, like the tabloid headlines and photos that served as its main motif — many from the New York Post. I sensed some puzzlement, if not disappointment, from the celebrity front row, whose bright hues blurred together like a melted candy factory. Indeed, I thought at the end, Is that it? No color, no other theme than this punk-flavored riff on the news?


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