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Jeremy Scott: Cone Bras, Cardboard, and a Sense of Humor

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Watch Jeremy Scott's Fall 2010 runway finale at MAC & Milk studios.

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What can you really say about a Jeremy Scott show? It's outrageous and funny and just a pleasure to watch.

This season, Scott sent out a plethora of tongue-in-cheek looks including models in cone bras, cardboard cutouts, and little black dresses with graphic writing on them.  It was such a fun change from the other shows, which all try to be so serious or intellectual about getting dressed. It's clothing! And it should be a good time! 

While much of Scott's collection is pretty unwearable (at least by us modest ninnies) there were definitely pieces like the black, sheer trench and flouncy mini-dresses that feel relatable, yet daring (but not, you know, cone bra-daring).  As Jay-Z's "Empire State of Mind" blared during the finale and British celebs like Peaches Geldof began to stand up in the front row, we crossed our fingers that Scott elects to show again in New York next season.

Related Topics fashion week, fall 2010, thread 10
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