Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2018
22 September 2017
A tough girl mix of teenage dreams gave way to a floral finale, but the clothes tended towards costume more so than the designer's recent, sportier shows.
4 September 2017
The unabashed designs that once spoke to the club kids of Scott's youth now reach a new audience of eager millennials.
18 July 2017
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2017
24 February 2017
'Couture is an attitude, not a price tag’ read Scott’s t-shirt — his concept for a world where creation need not be elitist, but rather celebrate, recycle and relook at the everyday.
12 February 2017
The collection's baroque flavour melded with Scott's tartier, psychedelic creations more successfully than expected.
Ready-to-Wear Spring 2017
23 September 2016
Jeremy Scott's 'flat pack' concept paid off in its subtler moments, but these pieces worked better in pictures than in the flesh.
13 September 2016
LA’s king of kitsch designed an ode to the city that never sleeps, producing a collection that scratched just past the surface of punk nightlife.
27 February 2016
27 February 2016 • By Tim Blanks
Ready-to-Wear - Autumn 2016
26 February 2016
The décor of Jeremy Scott's set was in ruins, many of the outfits he paraded weren’t much better off, scorched, in some cases still smouldering.
16 February 2016
With a zany take on the Wild West, Jeremy Scott perfectly balanced the comic genius of his sculptural creations with commercial pieces for one of his best shows in years.
Gucci Bans Fur: ‘It’s Not Modern’
How Supreme Grew a $1 Billion Business with a Secret Partner
10 Boutiques Winning with Gen-Z
How Millennial Culture Is Driving the Luxury Kidswear Market
Social Goods | Backlash Against Donna Karan Over Weinstein, Is Dove Deliberately Making Racist Adverts?
Giorgio Armani Speaks on Restructuring and Succession Plans
Why the Fall of Harvey Weinstein Signals the End of Fashion's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Practices
China’s Sustainable Fashion Paradox
Op-Ed | When Image Is Everything
Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter Leaving Hearst for Condé Nast
Coach Announces Name Change to Tapestry Inc
Bringing Made in Italy to China
From Versace to Helmut Lang, the Rise of Re-Issues
At Magazines, Even the Cover Is For Sale
Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman to Leave Harvey Weinstein
Victor Luis on Why Coach Inc Became Tapestry
Nike's Flash Sales Are a Sign of Its Troubles