Rebel boy Jeremy Scott presents Ready To Wear Spring/Summer 2020 in New York
Focusing on the men’s collection only, Jeremy Scott presents a psychedelic space odyssey seized New York City, where the details of galactic jeans, metallic tones and animal print were the order of the day.
Mitchell Slaggert lead the pack with a tight vest in black, trousers and cowboy leather boots.
Once again model and actor from FOX “Star” Matthew Noszka participated in the runway show with a two pieced outfit––vest and jeans––colorful patterned leather neon boots and cap.
Leopard neon party
80’s goes extravaganza eleganzza! Many of the two-pieced outfit styled by icon Carlyn Cerf de Dudzeele is one of the fashion industry’s legendary stylists. … Her style inspired Eddie Borgo’s spring collection and she styled Jeremy Scott’s latest show.
Jeremy Scott is CAMP!
Stop what you’re doing cause the definition of Camp is Jeremy Scott, in the last MET Gala Event a few months ago, this is how all guys shall be wearing.
Camp is an aesthetic style and sensibility that regards something as appealing because of its bad taste and ironic value.
Camp opposes satisfaction and seeks to challenge.
Is the art is related to—and often confused with—kitsch, and things with camp appeal may also be described as “cheesy”.
Coinciding with the 2019 Met Gala, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s new Costume Exhibit, “Camp: Notes on Fashion” is all about extreme, exaggerated fashion.
You can see more at: @itsjeremyscott.
Styled by @carlynecerfdedudzeele
Hair by @eugenesouleiman
Makeup by @kabukinyc
Hmm, would I wear that out in the street or the Met? Nope, It’s a Bit of a Hot Mess. I might use individual pieces but the stylist here just went off.
But this is about Camp, is not about the masses, is about an extravagant point of view.
I’ll agree it’s extravagant. I’ve watched Drag Race, now that’s camp. This in my opinion is a hot mess. I assume there’s some rhyme or reason, I just don’t get it. I doubt anyone would wear this to the Met, maybe some pieces but as styled yikes. It’s all cartoonish as if someone broke into a clown’s costume closet gone bad, Mitchell Slaggert looks ridiculous and uncomfortable. I’d say be off the wall but, you have be able to pull it off. I’d want clothing that’s flattering even when Camp, you want to look good. It’s hard to make these models look bad and somehow in my opinion they did. Maybe looks better in person, but still I say if it doesn’t photograph well then it’s a miss for me. Seriously the models heads look out of proportion to the couture’s so overtly distracting. Chris, you know me I can be opinionated, I know it’s for a good cause and all, but…
Lol. You know every opinion counts here. Free feel to write anything you want. XX