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Is Jeremy Scott's Fall Moschino Line TOO Jeremy Scott?

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Jeremy Scott is never one for subtlety and neither, really, was a pre-Jeremy Scott Moschino, but is the designer's first fall line for the Italian fashion house, second season total, too much like his main line?

Scott definitely continued the logo-mania theme by tapping some of America's most explicit brands for Moschino including McDonald's (with just enough tweaks to avoid copyright issues), SpongeBob, Budweiser and Hershey's, creating looks that appear to have walked directly off his own runway (except less face-meltingly scary). In fact, his latest Jeremy Scott collection almost looks tame in comparison. Take a look below.

And for the finale, a nutritional facts wedding dress:

· SpongeBob Had a Bad Trip, Made Jeremy Scott's Fall Collection [Racked]