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Jeremy Scott chats with FabTV behind the scenes at his Fall runway show at NY Fashion Week. Highlights from his creative ...
collection started with an update on the little black dress and evolved into using text as a print, incorporating bold charms, and finding a rather unique source of inspiration.
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Jeremy Scott Interview Backstage at New York Fashion Week Fall 2010
The class was so colorful and so print oriented, so this one I kind of tried to check to this fashion, I took out that more elegant kind of feeling and then tried to expand from that. So it’s less pump and less colorful but still very bold and strong and the same. I love the idea of the look, you know, when I was doing this touch about fashion and if I wonderfully shade with the little black dress.
So, I took that and that what if you just literally clearly label it that little black dress, and then from now, I did the other ideas. You know, I just that thought how much fun will be to do kind of it, an evening scuba. You know, you have this kind of scuba wear but with satin luxuries most in fashion show, hardy feel. I mean, it is more difficult to work in absolutely but it’s more challenging but I think such a result is worth at the end.
I love doing things that get a reaction and I love having that kind of support because I feel like that’s what kind of drives me. I want to do clothes and make fashion and make messages to inspire people and to get people excited and to make a difference so I think that’s kind of making a difference that makes me happy.