One designer that captured our attention at PAUSE, and the best moments of the past in his designs has to be the great Jeremy Scott. His Spring/Summer 2014 collection has taken huge inspiration from the swinging 60’s, where some of the greatest artist evolved during this period. Evident in his eccentric colour pallet and head staggering bold prints Jeremy Scott references psychedelic illustrations. What was interesting about his collection was his use of layering darker prints on-top of lighter ones and computer generated graphic prints creating flamboyant eye-catching patterns.
Other prints include polka dots and leopard prints rise to the surface on bomber jackets and pleated shorts. A few pieces that really stood out drastically was the bubble gum pink cropped blazer and trousers sleeveless multi-zip tee as well the “I’M A MESS” t-shirt screams out rebellious rebel in the eyes of fashion. Jeremy Scott has taken a new twist on fashion, blending different fabrics and textures which formed a very exciting collection.
Jeremy Scott himself, ending the show in style.
Wods by Yvonne Jay