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New York Fashion Week: Jeremy Scott SS14

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Images courtesy of Vogue

From the presence of Nicki Minaj and A$AP Rocky on the FROW to the relentless assault of colour, texture and legs on the catwalk, Jeremy Scott proved once again what a thoroughly fabulous counterbalance his shows are to the more demure collections of NYFW. Bobbed, banged beehives and winged sunglasses dispelled any doubts over whether this collection was anything but 1960s inspired and there was heavy reliance on cartoonish style, with some out of this world alien embellishment thrown in for good measure. The upshot of it all? The SS14 collection had that elusive ‘personality’ – by the bucketload.

Images courtesy of Vogue

Tailored separates in hole punched polka dots, latex bralets and playful coloured prints designed with artist Kenny Scharf removed any scope for seriousness and tees and vests bearing slogans such as ‘Earth Sucks’ and ‘I’m A Mess’ reinforced the irreverent message. TV test card stripes appeared on everything from minidresses to shin-height ankle boots and cut outs were almost omnipresent. We especially loved the matchy mixed up bralet and mini combo and the male model who worked the bubblegum pink PVC suit and custard yellow tee as if he had been born to wear it.

Images courtesy of Vogue

If, for you, summer is about cartoon colour, acres of skin and plenty of naughty, playful texture – and if you’re looking for a micro bikini to make the boys (like Rocky) go “DAYUM” – then this is the collection for you.

By Alexandra Pett

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