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Moschino’s Spring and Resort 2017 Show Brings More Color to L.A. Scene

Anyone familiar with Jeremy Scott and his work as creative director for Moschino comes to one of his runway shows anticipating colorful, playful clothes infused with happiness and cheek that leave the audience feeling uplifted, humored, or at least bobbing along with the music. That was the hope for what a major fashion show like Moschino would do for the Los Angeles fashion show scene. On both counts, it succeeded.
The combined men’s spring 2017 and women’s resort 2017 show Scott presented on Friday night at the L.A. Live Event Deck was both a love letter to his adopted hometown and a boon for the city that has been winning on nearly every front of late except the runway scene.
Supported by his loyal BFF Katy Perry, who said, “I’d never miss one of Jeremy’s shows,” as well as a cadre of pop songstresses and starlets including Jhene Aiko, Christina Milian, Vanessa Hudgens and Bella Thorne, plus famous LGBT faces Caitlyn Jenner, Candis Cayne, Soko and Colton Haynes, Scott created the sort of entertainment event that felt at home in a venue that also hosts musical headliners and Hollywood awards shows.
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Moschino’s Spring and Resort 2017 Show Brings More Color to L.A. Scene