Between the oversized, sixties-style bouffants by British hairstylist Eugene Souleiman and majorly vibrant mini-dresses and bathing suits printed with TV SMPTE color bars, Scott continued to secure his spot in the style world as the Jeff Koons of fashion.
The particular stand-out of the collection, however, were the unique prints designed in collaboration with Pop Surrealist Kenny Scharf. Scharf, who emerged in the 80s alongside other contemporary artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, is recognized for his cartoon-meets-grafitti style work. The prints of the collection feature just that--skirts with cartoon faces, cut-out dresses decorated in the artist's recognizable red squiggles, and even bathing suits that feature his signature shapeless blobs.
"[E]ver since I first saw his collection of Jetsonesque designs, I immediately felt that we would be a great match," Scarf said in the show notes of their collaboration. "Jeremy is the first person that I ever let take my art and do whatever he wants. I wasn't nervous about it not being the greatest most fun thing and I wasn't let down for one second!"