Showing Today | Jeremy Scott

2007 marked the ten-year anniver­sary of the Jeremy Scott brand. Scott’s career began in Paris where he debuted his first run­way col­lection in 1997. His col­lec­tion brought him inter­na­tional fash­ion recog­ni­tion, and a Venus de la Mode Award win for “Best Designer of the Year” in both 1996 and 1997. By 1999, Scott was rec­og­nized by the CFDA and was nom­i­nated for “Best Young Designer.” He was quickly becom­ing one to watch in the fash­ion arena and was nom­i­nated by The Face Mag­a­zine as one of the 100 most pow­er­ful peo­ple in fash­ion.

Jeremy’s fin­ger is con­stantly on the pulse of pop culture. Through­out the last ten years, Jeremy Scott, has focused his ener­gies on the world of col­lab­o­ra­tions. An artist at heart, Scott has infused an energy and brand excite­ment on all projects.

Scott worked as pho­tog­ra­pher for shoots for I- D, Dazed and Con­fused, Dutch, Flaunt, Paper, Self Ser­vice, Miss­be­have, Dazed Japan, and Com­mons and Sense. The designer shot cover of Paper Mag­a­zine with Lind­say Lohan, the cover of Les Inrock­upt­ibles with Jeremy Scott and MIA, cover of i- D with Jeremy Scott and Devon Aoki and also pub­lished a pho­tog­ra­phy book in the Spring 2006 doc­u­ment­ing Sexy­bi­tion Pre­sen­ta­tion with Deitch Gallery.

Jeremy Scott and his col­lab­o­ra­tions are avail­able inter­na­tion­ally at Open­ing Cer­e­mony and Barney’s in New York, Colette in Paris, Sel­f­ridges in Lon­don, Wood Wood in Berlin, Joyce, Dmop and Bauhus in Hong Kong, Ise­tan, Bambi + Faline, Mid­west and Fac­tory in Japan.

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