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Jeremy Scott Lands Extra Support From Moschino's Parent Company

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Moschino's creative director Jeremy Scott has been a great boost to the brand's visibility—so much so that it looks like Moschino's parent company Aeffe is putting its money on Jeremy Scott's namesake label as well. LA Times reporter Booth Moore tweeted that the company plans to license and produce Scott's label and a corresponding news release confirmed that the brand's Spring/Summer 2016 collection will be the first under its new ownership. Aeffe also owns several other big luxury brands, including Alberta Ferretti and Pollini.