Are designers the new celebrities?

Moschino’s Jeremy Scott is in the movie theaters with his own documentary and on the Paper and i-D magazine covers. Similarly Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing appeared on Out, Tetu and Paper. But if you have to credit just one “Most Valuable Player of the spring 2016 season” Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci is the one. Read more

Stop to shop Moschino’s amazing race now

Jeremy Scott’s ingenuity is a never ending story. As 65 joyful looks appeared on his show last Thursday, a media craze began. Read more

Rousteing and Scott know what luxury is all about.

“Welcome to our September Luxe in Flux issue, featuring a vast array of perspectives on the definition of “luxury” today and the things people value… As these ideas suggest, in an ever-more global and tech-centric world, the definition of luxury is getting reconsidered” comments PaperMag’s editorial on the double covered issue. Read more

Jeremy Scott for the people

“I want my clothes to live, to party, to have fun, to create a moment,” he says in the trailer of the upcoming documentary Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer. Read more

Moschino is all about Fun! Fun! Fun! Oh, Did We Mention Fun?

“For Jeremy Scott, anything is possible. Formal gowns can be covered with graffiti, the hoodie can be a skirt, men’s underwear can be women’s tank tops and Daffy Duck can wear a mohawk” commented Wall Street Journal on Moschino’s latest extravaganza. For many, the 90s burst onto the Moschino catwalk with quilted silhouettes, effigy jumpers of the Looney Tunes and basket-ball t-shirts transformed into dresses whilst the bigger than life boombox set the tone of the streetwear fashion straight from the New York street. Read more