Moschino designer Jeremy Scott has unveiled his latest Gilbert & George-inspired collections as part of London Collections Men.
Having met Gilbert & George for tea at their 18th Century London home to seek permission to recreate their work in his Art for All collection, Scott has taken inspiration from their 2D paintings and photographs. The influence of the London artists could be seen in a series of pop-art prints, as well as a range of tailored designs printed with trompe l’oeil buttons and creases.
Scott’s signature tongue-in-cheek style once again joined Moschino’s typically bold brand identity with models wearing khaki bomber jackets branded with the Moschino logo. Slogans including “fear”, “power” and “hope” reflected Scott’s desire to recapture the spirit of rebellion through fashion.
One Mayfair, formerly St Mark’s Church, saw Scott and British models Jourdan Dunn and Ruth Bell showcase Moschino’s pre-fall womenswear collection alongside the brand’s AW16 menswear collection.
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