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Jeremy Scott | New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012

Jeremy Scott never shies away from prints and patterns, and in preparation for next Spring/Summer season, there’s no change. Presenting a collection full of vintage and western inspiration, the effervescent designer shows us once more that he’s going for the kill.  The show opened with what looked like a ‘Denim Fever’ as models tromped down the runway wearing the likes of denim skirts, denim jumpsuits, and denim bra-tops. As for the men, a pair of denim shorts topped by a denim vest came down the runway, along with a fun pair of denim Dungarees.  Jeremy soon moved into his sleek selection of body hugging dresses, one boldly carrying an overall reoccurring pattern of the labels sunglasses collection.  Moving towards the sea and sand, a swimsuit came down the runway and instead of being covered in the usual print of flowers, there were cactus all over.  This along with fringed clothing made the western influence noticeable, and to make things a bit louder a model strutted down the runway wearing a belt which carried to gun pouches on each side.  As usual, the collection was filled with lots of skin and male models like Sebastian Sauve and Travis Cannata, seemed to be bearing it all.  Denim, fringe, leather, cactus and cow patterns, seemed to be enough to get Scott’s point across, and once again Jeremy Scott showed why youthful and fun collections are filled with creativity and style. I really loved the shoes by the way! 😀 Check out my favorite looks below, along with the entire collection.

images courtesy | style.com
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  1. I loveeee this collection! The striped, matching jacket and shorts are amazing. I just love that he is fearless because that;s what fashion is all about!

    Clara
    http://lovehateandinbetween.wordpress.com/

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