Jeremy Scott’s Psychedelic Paint Box Baby Dolls Inject Some Fun and Color in New York
Fashion One invites you to join us for the eagerly anticipated Jeremy Scott fall/winter 2015 runway show at MADE Fashion Week in New York. We catch the guests arriving before the show where front row VIPs included Kanye West.
We chat to fashion bloggers Cailli & Sam Beckerman who were really looking forward to the show. For the Beckerman sisters, Jeremy Scott’s collections are always bursting with fun, happiness and creativity with the added unexpected element that you never know what you’re going to get!
The new collection had a pop, psychedelic, retro look mixed with childhood themes of dolls, toys, paint boxes and cute motifs. Baby doll dresses, smock dresses, bib necks, bonnets and ruffle details were worn with bright paintbox tights and silver Mary Jane shoes. The model’s wore messy bob cut wigs slicked down with colourful paint puddles and contrasting acid eye paint injecting a clown like circus influence.
The nostalgic feeling continued in sets and dresses referencing classic kids pajama patterns and 60s and 70s rich pastel toy tones and patchwork pieces. Patterned and striped patent leather added a contemporary feel, with crop top and a-line skirt sets and paint splattered dresses. The final runway piece was a voluminous wide fuchsia pink smock dress with oversized dripping painted polka dots. Certainly a collection for playful living dolls to embrace!