Jeremy Scott has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Aeffe S.p.A. for the production and worldwide distribution of Scott’s eponymous ready-to-wear label. Aeffe S.p.A. also owns Moschino, the Italian label where Jeremy Scott has been the creative director since October 2013. Aeffe plans to expand its international licensing to other designers looking to grow abroad. Spring 2016 will be Jeremy Scott’s first season being produced by Aeffe.
“I’m excited about this agreement with Jeremy Scott as it will strengthen our relationship even further,” said Massimo Ferretti, president of Aeffe Group in a press statement. “This partnership will add value to the success that we’ve already achieved with Moschino.” In addition to Moschino, Aeffe S.p.A. manages the production of brands like Alberta Ferretti, Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Pollini, Emanuel Ungaro, and Cédric Charlier. The deal is good news for Scott, indicating Aeffe has been pleased with his work at Moschino. Scott sounds pretty thrilled to be working with Aeffe on his own collection, and said in a statement that he has been “spoiled rotten by the wonderful quality they provide for my Moschino collections.”