Jeremy Scott is quickly becoming the king of collaborations –– we're still talking about those teddy bear sneakers he did for Adidas. His latest offering for Longchamp is a lot less fuzzy but very cool nonetheless. The sophisticated canvas and leather tote bag ($211) is emblazoned with the logo for Love magazine and combines fashion and function flawlessly. It's perfect for the gym or grocery store and is available now at Colette.
Although Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, I'm not sure he wanted to be a shoe. If you ever had childhood dreams of taking your fave stuffed friend wherever you went, consider your wish fulfilled! For his latest Adidas collection, designer Jeremy Scott decided to go the pink, fluffy route and use teddy bear heads for the tongues of these kicks. I'm curious to see if people will be wearing these on the street — and hopefully not on a rainy day. What are your thoughts: freaky or fabulous?
Models in Their Natural Habitat Part Four: Backstage at Proenza Schouler, Phillip Lim, Anna Sui, and More
>> Now that New York Fashion Week has wound to a close, one last look at the backstage hubbub — we've seen Lily Donaldson give her best glare, Liu Wen her best stare, and plenty of kissy faces. In this installment, there's Phillip Lim making a few last minute alterations, Hanne Gaby Odiele playing coy at Anna Sui, plus behind-the-scenes snaps from Proenza Schouler, Ralph Lauren, Jeremy Scott, and L'Wren Scott.
Photos: Greg Kessler
There was a broad range of style at last night's Us Weekly Hot Hollywood party in LA. You had color, bustiers, legs, ruffles, pants, and beading. But top salute goes to Kelly Osbourne and Anna Kendrick. Kelly rocked the quintessential (read) Jeremy Scott LBD, and her beau was quite dashing in a tux, while Anna wore an awesome Emilio Pucci aquatic frock. Proceed for more of the most hotties . . .
Although it does strike a cord with me — I'm a sucker for anything having to do with tech or gadgets, obviously — I can't help wonder how this skirt would look on a regular-sized gal. Although, in Jeremy Scott's defense, you can also get this print as a shirt as well. What do you think?
Re-imagining the classic tee, designers Richard Chai and Jeremy Scott have teamed up with Alternative Apparel founder Greg Alterman on a capsule collection. Sold exclusively at Refinery29, the lineup features a hooded minidress, long sleeve bodysuit, and turtleneck dress by Scott and ruffle-adorned tops by Chai—all in Alternative Apparel's signature, perfectly soft cotton jersey.
>> Second Season of Loic Prigent's The Day Before Confirmed for September —Documentarian Loic Prigent captured , , , and the 36 hours leading up to their respective shows for the premiere season of the Sundance Channel's series The Day Before. As reported, he's back for a second round, having followed Alexander Wang, Diane von Furstenberg, Jeremy Scott, Narciso Rodriguez, Peter Copping at Nina Ricci, and Donatella Versace at Versace during the Fall 2010 season. The new season premieres Wednesday, Sept. 8 at 10 PM. “We explored the energy of New York with young labels like Alexander Wang, grandes dames like Diane von Furstenberg, energy and humor with Jeremy Scott, and couturelike precision with Narciso Rodriguez. In Paris, you see the sweetness and romanticism of Nina Ricci, and the extreme everything of Donatella Versace in Milan. All those houses are very different, which has made it such a crazy experience.” [Full Frontal Fashion]
Leonor Scherrer, the daughter of the French couturier Jean-Louis Scherrer, is building a fashion line, called Leonor Funeral Couture, to outfit the bereaved.
Matthew Williamson's New York Meatpacking District store gets the Gossip Girl treatment.
Jeremy Scott styles Beth Ditto in his spring 2010 Pebbles Flintstone collection for Paper magazine.
We caught up with Kelly Osbourne at the Jeremy Scott Fall 2010 runway wearing her favorite piece from his previous London collection inspired by the Flinstones. Osbourne gushes about what it's like to attend Fashion Week - waking up to Marchesa, seeing her favorite designers, and having fun at the shows.
We interviewed Cory Kennedy - ex-Cobrasnake muse, indie fashion star, and former Nylon magazine cover girl - sitting front row with socialite Peaches Geldof and Nylon's Faran Krentcil at Jeremy Scott's Fall 2010 runway show for New York Fashion Week. As a friend of Scott's, Kennedy got a sneak peek at his Fall collection and talks about her favorite pieces.