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American designer Jeremy Scott is leaving his position as creative director of Moschino, which he started in October 2013. Scott describes his tenure at Moschino as “a wonderful celebration of creativity and imagination.”

“I’m lucky to have had the opportunity to work with a creative force like Jeremy Scott,” said Massimo Ferretti, chairman of Moschino’s parent company, Aeffe. “I want to thank Franco Moschino for his 10-year commitment to the heritage house and for spearheading a different and joyful vision that will forever be a part of Moschino history.”

Scott added that he was very proud of the legacy he left behind and thanked Ferretti and his fans around the world for the honor of leading this iconic house.

Of course, taking Franco Moschino’s torch even further, coming after longtime creative director Rossella Jardini, Scott has captured the playful humor and ironic spirit of the founder. It has brought the brand to the attention of many international artists, from Katy Perry to Gwen Stefani.

His latest collection, which was showcased last month in Milan for the fall 2023 season, was vaguely based on 1980s Ladies Who Lunch suits and lined jackets with some serious twists. Hemlines, buttons, contrast trim, floral and herringbone prints were melting and dripping like watches by Salvador Dalí.

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