2009 September 22
Jeremy Scott - London Spring 2010
(LONDON)Your cave or mine? That was the message at Jeremy Scott's debut London show, themed "Bone to be Wild," where Fred Flintstone provided the inspiration. Scott is known for spectacle, and in his London return, he didn't disappoint: models (including Daisy Lowe and a Pebbles-esque Pixie Geldof) came out sporting brightly spotted or striped caveman dresses with spray dyed patches of hair to match. Kudos for the playful swimwear with pointy flourishes -- one tiger print bathing suit even sported paws and a tail. Lucky front-rowers took home Scott's latest design for Longchamp, a pink tote with bone print. Andre J was swanning around after the show. "I loved it," he said. "Yabba dabba do!"
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