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NYFW: Jeremy Scott’s Fall 2019 RTW Takes A Direct Aim At Click Bait & Fake News

NYFW: Jeremy Scott’s Fall 2019 RTW Takes A Direct Aim At Click Bait & Fake News

Prepare yourself for – drum roll – and therein comes a barrage of models in black and white newsprint outfits. Jeremy Scott has always been known for his colours – the man likes things really bright, so it was a bit surprising that the Jeremy Scott Fall 2019 collection had a shocking lack of colour.

The creative director conjured up a collection that took a direct aim at click baits – fake news. Aleksandra Mir, who served as the artiste for this collection came up with prints that were, as described by Vogue’s Maya Singer:

“Felt – and this is a compliment – very much like falling down the rabbit hole of a never-ending Facebook feed.”

The collection certainly was not all about fake news headlines but also about the audience who were in search of cheap thrills. Words like chaos and scandal, among others, were on display as each model walked down the runway. The collection didn’t just lack colour, there were silhouettes that made one wonder if it was truly a Jeremy Scott show.

The collection boasted of bouffant party dresses, tux tails on jackets, layered tulle silk skirts and more, screened in newsprint patterns. You could say the encircled theme and palette offered a variety; it, of course, had Jeremy’s signature touches like abbreviated skirts, sequins, crystals and lithe trousers. The designer did end up creating a really tempting and thought-provoking collection.

Here’s a look at the Jeremy Scott Fall 2019 RTW collection…



Watch the runway show here…

Photo Credit: Vogue.com


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