Known for his eccentric and pop-culture-rich work, Jeremy Scott is stepping down as Creative Director of Moschino after a decade.
Scott joined Moschino in 2013 and quickly became known for his bold and playful designs.
He is famous for incorporating pop culture references into his designs, such as cartoon characters and fast food logos.PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES
Scott displayed his love for McDonald's by making a McD-inspired collection in 2015. The collection had the iconic red-and-yellow McD palette.
Another famous work was when he dressed Katty Perry in a 'Burger Dress'. The dress received a lot of eyeballs.
Jeremy has also made several heads turn with his experiments with the Hadid sisters, Bella and Gigi. Bella and Scott even walked the 2019 Met Gala together.PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES
Take a look at Gigi Hadid, all flowered up into a bouquet for Jeremy Scott Moschino's Spring 2018 show in Milan.
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Scott's designs were often criticised for being too commercial and lacking in substance, but he remained popular among Moschino fans.
During his debut for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week (2014), Scott dressed models on the theme of Sponge Bob, raising eyebrows right from the start.
PHOTO: the sims
Under his guidance, Moschino collaborated with an EA simulation game, The Sims. From accessories to dresses, the collection had it all in the game.
Scott's departure marks the end of an era for Moschino, since his impact in the fashion industry is undeniable.