2013 October 28
Moschino Taps Jeremy Scott As Creative Director
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(NEW YORK) Moschino has more to celebrate then just their 30th anniversary. The brand has announced that Jeremy Scott has been named creative director of the Italian label. Scott will be replacing Rossella Jardini, who has been at the brand since 1994, the same year that the founder of the house, Franco Moschino, passed away. Scott began his namesake collection in 1997, rising to fame along with his playful and humorous collections, in addition to producing ongoing collaborations with Adidas since 2002 and Longchamp since 2006. “The ironic thing is, during my last year of college, when I was at Pratt, I interned for the Moschino press office, for Michelle Stein here in New York,” explained Scott to Style.com. “I was the intern, and now I'm running the company.” Scott was contacted in July regarding the position and has announced intentions to continue designing for both his namesake collection and his Adidas collaboration.
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