Jeremy Scott: The designer’s latest offering was typically Scott. Googley cartoon eyes, exploding brains, and pithy graphic t-shirtsâ€””Adults Suck, Then You Are One,” “Too Weird To Live”â€”abounded. The imagery was inspired, Scott said, by West Coast skate culture and a generalized adolescent perspective on the world. Ironically, Scott brought a very adult kind of discipline to exploring that kind of anti-establishment juvenilia. His collection was very coherent, ranging from red plaid pleated pants like punks used to wear to pendant necklaces that bore the anarchy symbol. These clothes invite you to look, then say, “What are you looking at?”
It’s not just fashionettes attending NYFW anymore: The 12th season of AmEx VIP treatment brings some major perks to cardmembers of all stylish persuasions. Think Mercedes-Benz car service, access to the American Express Skybox, plus an exclusive CH Carolina Herrera show on February 14, styled by the editors of Harperâ€™s Bazaar.