NEW YORK (AP) – CHAOS! HORROR! PANIC! BABY, it's hot! Designer Jeremy Scott always wanted to make the news, but with his latest collection he did it literally, drawing inspiration from the New York tabloid banners. all black and white; Scott usually uses graphics in bright colors and large cartoons in his clothes.
Here clothes were made in the versions of the artist New York Post and Daily News – dresses, pants, clean, sweaters and much more. Some of the most impressive items: tasty, elegant chiffon party dresses printed with tabloid headlines
Printed belts have a headline: "Market drops 190 m. news caps or large, oversized bows. The dark hair was sprayed in white to match the color combination.
Of course, the scourge of fake news was not far from Scotto's mind. “With great messages, with false assumptions, a click. And what we have, as people we have gathered together, and people do not even listen or explore. "
Scott says he pulled out" different banners a year, especially what is very chaotic "chaos" and "panic". "
" It is such a tragedy of impressions, a dependence on such a feeling, "said Scott. "We keep this dependency on abundant banners and news."
Scott knows he will surprise people that he will only work in black and white. "It's always good to keep people on your toes," he said.
The Associated Press Writer Clan Clark has contributed to this report