For spring 2017, Jeremy Scott took his signature candy-colored, logo-emblazoned, pop art aesthetic and cast it backwards in time to the sleazy, graffiti-and-sex clubs , post-punk, crime-ridden ’80s version of New York City. Say what you will about the subtlety of his designs or the freshness of his approach, it’s never a bad thing for parts of fashion to have a bright, pop, fun point of view. You always know a Jeremy Scott design when you see it.
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