It was just a question of seasons before we get a proper punk celebration after the gothic and grunge revivals seen on the runways and streets, and with the Metropolitan Museum’s Punk Fashion show coming up in May, the timing couldn’t have been more perfect.
Jeremy Scott doesn’t do anything like everybody else, so for his Fall Winter collection, he embarked on a Japanese trip, revisiting the Tokyo scene from the late 60’s early 70’s. Godzilla, psychedelia (with an homage to Yayoi Kusama), ska and pop punk, leopard prints, anarchist symbols, fur, latex… all the ingredients for a cult celebration were reunited. And as always with Scott, it was whimsical, eye-catching and fun.
The collection is to die for with matching crazy patterns and even transparent boots