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No It Girl was left behind at last night's Moschino show in LA. The turnout for the highly-anticipated event — which was part of NYFW-favorite Made's big West Coast debut (you can still buy tickets for today's festivities here) — was seriously impressive, proving that creative director Jeremy Scott is worth fighting Downtown Los Angeles traffic for during hellish Friday rush hour.
After experiencing the longest line in history (pro tip: if you're going today for Golf Wang and Hood by Air, get there early!), I entered the show exhausted but was quickly revived by the sea of celebs taking selfies in front of the Italian fashion house's out-of-this-world set. Everyone from Cindy Crawford (her son Presley walked the show) to former LA party girl Katy Perry to Caitlyn Jenner to Miss USA were in the technicolor house, and the runway was just as starry.
Top models cloaked in Scott's Deee-Lite reminscent resort 2017 looks included Miranda Kerr (who opened the show), Devon Aoki (who closed the show), Alessandra Ambrosio, Hailey Baldwin, Chanel Image, Jourdan Dunn, Stella Maxwell, Martha Hunt, Charlotte Free, and Anne Cleveland. After the psychedelic show, Scott was swarmed by superfans for a good hour, taking photos and being delighted by various fan art:
The night proved that, regardless if you have the guts to wear his wild designs, Jeremy Scott truly is the people's designer and should be applauded for cracking the code to creative freedom.