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Jeremy Scott: Subtle and Eloquent, Subdued and Refined, as Usual

Photos by Anna Fischer for
Photos by Anna Fischer for

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"Set to The Ramones, models strutted down the runway in (fake) prosciutto dresses (take note, Lady Gaga), garbage bag dresses (take that, Ke$ha), men's brief purses, and one particularly hilarious straitjacket wedding dress. There were also a few semi-mortified male models in assless leather chaps." —HuffPost

"If Lady Gaga suddenly found herself homeless, penniless, and miles from a butcher-shop Dumpster, she might thread together a bag-lady look not unlike the actual takeout bags and crushed cans absurdist designer Jeremy Scott sent down his runway earlier today. But then we thought, nah, this isn't homeless Gaga — it's Zoolander's Mugatu Derelict collection!" —The Cut

· Jeremy Scott [Official Site]
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