Reinterpreting punk through fashion can be read as a tribute to Vivienne Westwood. But with prints dominated by slimy, distorted monster creatures he connected the early punk elements with an acid nightmare from the skate parks of the Midwest.
The playfulness of his past collections is still very present here, but this season it is enriched by an aggressive note of protest. Within the designs, you can still find references to great American personalities like Tim Burton and the inventor of the smiley Harvey Ball. These undercurrents reveal that within Scott’s critical view of contemporary America he still finds room to appreciate outstanding creative talent.
The show’s grand finale brought to mind a yellow dinosaur or bird. Covered completely in faux fur, boots topped by a long coat brought the show to an end, and the audience applauded as the final cartoon Tweety closed the runway of cartoon nightmares.
Spotted in the first row were A$AP Rocky, Bryanboy, Susie Bubble, Perez Hilton, Rumi Neely, Big Sean, Waka Flocka, Olivier Zahm, Venus X, Natalia Kills, Lee Chae-rin, Mazurbate, Luca Finotti, Eleonora Carisi, Mia Moretti, Jefferson Hack, and Kat Graham, while on the runway famous model Cara Delevingne walked with an amazing energy. Enjoy pictures of the front row and the runway in our gallery. Stay tuned for breathtaking street style photos in the coming days.