Much Love for Moschino

MUCH LOVE FOR MOSCHINO

“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” is without doubt the best quote to go with the pop cultured and cool designer Jeremy Scott. After many years of being in the eye of such competitive industry, Jeremy Scott has officially positioned himself as the People’s Designer; Also the title of his documentary following his story on how he became the Creative Director of Moschino. Scott has broken boundaries in the fashion industry and wasn’t afraid to do something different mix pop culture with clothing, some say he could be the next Andy Warhol.

As the fashion enthusiast you guys know I am I’ve been following Jeremy’s steps for some quite time and here are 5 thing you need to know about Jeremy Scott.

  1. He is from a small farm outside Kansas City. I guess you could be a farmer in those clothes and quite frankly I wouldn’t mind LOL.
  1. Studied Fashion Design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. See he even knew that Brooklyn was the new New York back then.
  1. Launched his label Jeremy Scott on the Paris catwalk in 1997. Paris will always be a good idea.
  1. Is the 1st designer to dress the Diva of Divas, Miss Piggy from The Muppets. Talk about high fashion props to looking fabulous Miss Piggy.
  1. Karl Lagerfeld himself once said that Scott was the only designer who could ever succeed him at Chanel. Could this be? I totally see a Chanel french-fry bag and totally wear it LOL.

So whether you agree with me or are totally repulsed by the concepts of his collections one thing is for sure, we will be hearing more from this cool farm boy.

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Sweater: Moschino Pants: Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Sneakers: New Balance Sunnies: Dior Bag: Fendi

Pics by: By Red Burnette

Info: http://www.meetthedesigner.co.uk

Suit & Tie … & Pen

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Mondays are typically annoying because it is good bye weekend and hello work. So today I will be blogging/working from the comforts of my room introducing my new collaboration with Pineda Covalin. For today I decided to go all out and pulled out the suit & tie to look sharp and classy on a Monday vibe. To accessorize my black suit I decided to wear a Petalillo Wall Tiles tie from Pineda Covalin, the designs embellish the architecture of Puebla (state in Mexico) in the many shades of blue were the patterns are woven to create an interwoven palm leaves. The ultimate accessory for this look was the pen in my pocket matching with the tie, becoming the focus point and the only pop of color the outfit needed making it a statement of efficiency and class wherever I went. The brand identity Pineda Covalin transmits in this modern age era without losing its Mexican roots can clearly be appreciated though out the entire collection.

Los lunes son normalmente molestos ya que implican darle un adiós al fin de semana y un saludo a una nueva semana laboral. Así que hoy voy a bloguear/trabajar desde la comodidad de mi hogar para presentarles mi colaboración con Pineda Covalin. Para hoy decidí salir y envolverme en un traje y corbata para lucir clásico y perfectamente formado en una onda de lunes laboral. Para complementar mi traje negro decidí usar la corbata Petatillo Azulejos de Pineda Covalin cuyo diseño embelesa la arquitectura de Puebla en México, con sus múltiples formas en azul que crean patrones entrelazados que visualizan hojas de palma tejidas. El último accesorio para esta look fue una pluma en mi bolsillo combinación ideal con la corbata, que se convirtió en el punto clave y fue el toque de color que necesitaba el outfit transmitiendo eficiencia y clase a donde quiera que vaya. La identidad de Pineda Covalin representa en esta era moderna las raíces mexicanas que claramente se aprecian en toda la colección.

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