The Jeremy Scott 2014 Spring/Summer Collection is a 60s Revival

By: Thomas Wade-West - Published: Sep 13, 2013 • References: highsnobiety and hypebeast
Known for his outlandish (and often controversial) designs, the Jeremy Scott 2014 Spring/Summer Collection follows suit -- this time, with a 60s-inspired theme. This vibrant eye-catching collection includes both sporty casuals and more dressier hybrid pieces.

This spring, expect to see lots of button-ups, blazers, mesh vests, biker jackets, typography tees, and pleated shorts. Colors and prints include vibrant pinks, yellows and reds; graphic prints, leopard-prints, poka-dots, and illustrations will make their way into the mix as well. These prints and colors suggest an inspiration from the mid-20th century, tailored for much more modern fit.

Scott's intuition and desire to separate from the pack demonstrates why he is one of the leaders fashion today. Be on the lookout for more of Scott's offerings for the 2014 year.