Moschino designer Jeremy Scott has again filed a motion to dismiss a copyright lawsuit from Brooklyn graffiti artist Rime, who claims that Scott copied elements from one of his murals for a fall 2015 piece that was later worn by Katy Perry; this time, Scott’s legal team’s absurd response compared Rime to “the Black…
Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott was profiled in this week’s issue of the New Yorker. Incredibly, the profile makes no mention of the multiple allegations of copyright infringement against Scott, including an ongoing lawsuit filed by graffiti artist Rime.
A California judge has ruled that graffiti artist Joseph Tierney, a.k.a. Rime, can go forward with his lawsuit against Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott. Last August, Tierney filed a seven-claim suit citing copyright infringement, unfair competition and appropriation of name and likeness, claiming Scott had used…
On Monday, Europe’s very own Rita Ora was seen at New York Fashion Week sporting a brand new bomber jacket designed by Jeremy Scott for Moschino.
Popular graffiti artist Joseph Tierney, aka Rime, is suing Jeremy Scott and Moschino for allegedly ripping off his artwork.
“Ain’t about the money it’s about the power,” instructs the new Empire trailer, which features Cookie Lyon continuing her position as television’s foremost Master At Finding Intelligent Attitudes.
It is no secret that I think much of Jeremy Scott’s work, particularly in the 2010s, is derivative (to be generous about it). Since becoming the creative director of Moschino in 2013, he was tasked with revitalizing the brand with the youth culture and cool cachet it had in the early 1990s. He got the youth part kinda…
You always wanted to see Pennywise, the scary clown from It, wearing McDonald's-inspired Moschino. Right?
Jeremy Scott has managed to top last season's McDonald's/Spongebob-themed collection with an even more lurid, fun and recognizable influence: Barbie. And that's it. Just Barbie.
This weekend, Moschino designer Jeremy Scott hinted that he Miley Cyrus are brewing up a fashion-thing.
Welcome to Fashion Would You Rather, a new feature in which I find very ugly clothes and force you to choose which you would rather don in public.
Last night, Jeremy Scott showed his first collection for Moschino at Milan Fashion Week. True to the irreverent and experimental nature of the fashion house, Scott mixed high culture (Chanel-esque suits! Voluminous gowns!) with the low (McDonald's, Sponge Bob and candy wrappers.)
Franco Moschino died in 1994, but his label keeps producing quirky designs. Despite some somber colors at the show in Milan last night, the models actually looked like they were having fun!
Hearts! Bows! Eyelet! Um, Coca-Cola bottles! Moschino's unabashedly girly collection for spring 2010 — shown in Milan yesterday — will put a huge smile on your face.