Jeremy Scott, creative director of mega fashion brand Moschino, is renowned for putting the McDonald's logo on the catwalk, sticking teddy bear heads onto trainers, and transforming cleaning products into must-have phone cases. So it was only inevitable that a high street collection from the man itself would be hugely anticipated by fans everywhere. Teaming up with H&M, the 43-year-old is ready to give everyone a piece of his ultra-dramatic pie. But is his more affordable range worth it? Here's what's in the Moschino x H&M collection.
The line, which goes on sale both in-store and online on November 8, mixes sportswear with high-octane glamour. There's shocking metallic sequins, buckled leather designs, Moschino-branded denim, and even an outfit or two for your dog. Yes, really. Fans of Scott's particular brand of kitsch will also be glad to see MTV and Disney-inspired pieces popping up here and there.
With a lookbook featuring transgender model Teddy Quinlivan, drag queen Aquaria, and body positive activist-slash-model Barbie Ferreira, the collection has been designed with diversity in mind. Although there are pieces marketed for men and women, each item can be worn by absolutely anyone.