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Jeremy Scott's First Collection for Moschino Is Logo-Tastic

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Jeremy Scott and Moschino go together like peas and carrots, as evidenced by his first collection as creative director for the once young and hip Italian brand. Both the man and the design house are known for their cheekiness with a side of loud, and they're both out to make you laugh. In those respects, the pre-fall 2014 collection is a winner. Iconic leather pieces were transformed into bags, letterman jackets were elongated to dresses, and where a logo could go, it did go. Look for the styles on Jeremy's fan base—Cara, Rihanna, whoever A$AP Rocky is dating,etc.—soon.

· Jeremy Scott Named Creative Director of Moschino [Racked]