In early 2018, when QAnon, the far-right conspiracy theory, was still in its Naissance, Jeremy Scott produced a collection for his eponymous brand in newsprint black-and-white. It was a takedown of fake news, with headlines screaming “chaos” and “scandal.” Oh, to return to those halcyon days.
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Steven Cox and Daniel Silver spent their lockdown making “how to wear it” videos for their Instagram account. Cox modeled and Silver manned the camera, both of them did the pitching, and they report that business went very well.
“All those people who were, like, crying about being bored [during lockdown]? I was like ‘Oh my God, they’re so obnoxious.’ ” So reported Jeremy Scott from L.A., where he’s been working, working, working to keep his hand on the Moschino tiller from afar and keep his own label up and running: designing and doing.
In two days, Louis Vuitton will unveil a video teasing Virgil Abloh’s spring 2021 collection for the house. Today, on the eve of Paris Fashion Week Online, Vuitton is teasing his pre-spring offering.
Less than two weeks ago, Fendi announced that Kim Jones would be joining the company as artistic director. The Roman house’s good news isn’t Dior Men’s bad. Jones is staying on at Dior, an arrangement presumably made easier by the fact that both are LVMH brands.