Jeremy Scott

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Photography Kelsey Bennett

Published February 19, 2015

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It’s impossible not to enjoy Jeremy Scott’s pop-driven clothes given their unapologetic camp and kitsch (case in point, his spring ode to Barbie for Moschino). But for his eponymous label’s Fall 2015 collection, Scott remixed last season’s raver-kid outing for a hyped-up psychedelic romper room complete with walking and talking baby dolls on acid. White collared and cuffed micromini babydoll dresses in crib-linen prints, quilted overalls, shaggy candy colored furs, and plastic midriff-baring tops and mini A-line skirts, styled with Technicolor opaque tights and white Mary Janes, evoked a cartoonish spawn of ’60s mod-Lady Miss Kier-club kid-’90s nostalgia redux. For Scott, the party doesn’t stop.

For more from NYFW Fall/Winter 2015, click here.