Fashion is known for being crazy at times but Jeremy Scott took it the extra mile…

For those of you who are out of the loop (it’s ok, we know fashion week can get hectic!), newly appointed Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott took tongue-in-cheek to a whole new level with the fall collection. All we can say is— it was BOLD.

Spongebob prints (are cartoons in fashion now?) and McDonald’s logos (is fast food in fashion now!?) were just some of the dramatic moves he pulled for his premiere collection. It’s safe to say that the whole thing has caused quite a ruckus (even so, some pieces are already available at stores like Opening Ceremony and Colette). While we can appreciate the gutsy approach to humor, some people have been quick to draw a line between amusement and foolishness. The conversation has already started so let’s keep it going…

What do you think? Can designers go overboard with fashion? Is there a limit to how far it can go or should everyone let their hair down and not take things so seriously?

- Ricardo

PS: Ricardo is our newest intern here at the Studio! Say hello!