Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer

Even Jeremy Scott’s worst critics will agree that he’s succeeded in turning around Moschino’s fortunes. Along the way he’s also made many, many friends. When they’re not starring in his campaign, or in Madonna’s videos, they’re testifying to his genius – like in this documentary, Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer.

The film looks at how this small town boy from Kansas made it to the top of the fashion world, despite being bullied in his early years and often being homeless. It focuses on his debut at Moschino (FW ’14) – the one that made McDonalds covet-worthy. “He knows who he is, first and foremost. And his clothes have a narrative, and, you know, his clothes have their own story,” says Katy Perry in this clip.

Because it’s produced by the same team that gave us Valentino: The Last Emperor (2008), we’re going to hold our breath for this one.

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