“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.
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.
Studied Fashion Design at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. See he even knew that Brooklyn was the new New York back then.
Launched his label Jeremy Scott on the Paris catwalk in 1997. Paris will always be a good idea.
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.
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.
Sweater: Moschino Pants: Agatha Ruiz de la Prada Sneakers: New Balance Sunnies: Dior Bag: Fendi
From time to time people have been waiting to shop on the so called “Black Friday” to be honest I’ve never actually purchased anything on this day but here are 10 things you didn’t know about today.
It attracts more people than Disneyland: Talk about the happiest place on earth looks like shopping helps your mood after all.
More people die while shopping than in shark attacks: And here you thought you’d die for nothing, proof that we have some hardcore shoppers.
It’s not just on Friday anymore: Black Friday, Cyber Monday, what’s next Consumerism Tuesday?
You don’t have to set foot in a store at all: That’s right hopefully there is a black card you can use.
Amazon wants to dominate the holidays: Leave it to the online world to persuade us with deals a whole week before Black Friday.
Not all stores like Black Friday: Nor people I don’t like working on that day either (LOL)
Some deals aren’t really deals: Sometimes all we need is the word “SALE” to engage with the consumer.
Pajamas are a big seller: Hey why not invest in your sleepwear besides you may never know you could meet the person of your dreams (in your dreams LOL)
Black Friday has gone global: See the whole world wants to shop!!
It’s not actually the biggest shopping day after all: Christmas 1 Black Friday 0
So whether you decide to be brave and storm the stores on this crazy holiday “Black Friday” has revolutionized the psychology of consumers and its here to stay. Hope you find everything you were looking for.