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If you were expecting Jeremy Scott's interpretation of Moschino 2.0 to be any less than out-of-the-box, you'd be sorely wrong. Back in October, the LA-based designer known for his cheeky approach to fashion was named creative director of the famed Italian house. Scott unveiled his pre-fall 2014 collection on Instagram last night, and it's pretty bonkers. Like, biker-jacket-backpack bonkers.
In addition to outerwear-inspired baggage, the veteran designer's debut effort for the brand features tons of references to Moschino's infamous logo belt. (Check out that quilted hat and those ankle cuffs.) There's even an oversized shirt dress that looks like a giant garment tag. It's all very street, all very Scott, and surprisingly, all very Moschino. See more looks donned by LA model Staz Lindes below and catch the full collection here.
· Moschino [Official Site]
· Jeremy Scott Named Creative Director of Moschino [Racked]
· Jeremy Scott's 1st Day at Moschino; Fred Segal x Lenny Kravitz [Racked]