After a thrilling and unforgettable decade, Jeremy Scott is stepping down as Creative Director of the legendary Italian fashion house, Moschino. Scott, a truly avant-garde designer, has been an electrifying force in the fashion world since taking the reins in 2013. His unorthodox designs and extraordinary runway shows have captivated audiences, leaving an indelible mark on the industry. As we bid farewell to this iconic figure, let’s take a stroll down memory lane and revisit some of Jeremy Scott’s most notable works for Moschino.

1. McDonald’s-inspired Collection (Fall 2014)

In his debut collection for Moschino, Scott surprised the world by drawing inspiration from the iconic fast-food chain, McDonald’s. The bold and unconventional choice instantly garnered attention, with models strutting down the runway in red and yellow ensembles, resembling the company’s logo and uniforms. The collection’s standout piece was a quilted leather bag that closely resembled McDonald’s famous Happy Meal box. This show boldly announced Scott’s arrival at Moschino and set the tone for his tenure.

2. Barbie-themed Collection (Spring 2015)

Jeremy Scott’s love for pop culture was on full display during the Spring 2015 runway show, which featured a Barbie-inspired collection. Models donned outfits that were reminiscent of the beloved doll’s wardrobe, including exaggerated bows, bubblegum pink ensembles, and playful accessories. The collection became an instant hit, and Moschino’s phone case, designed to look like a handheld Barbie mirror, became a must-have accessory among fashion enthusiasts.

3. TV Dinner-inspired Collection (Fall 2019)

Scott showcased his unique sense of humor and creativity with his Fall 2019 collection, which was inspired by vintage TV dinners and game shows. The collection featured a mix of retro and futuristic elements, with models wearing garments resembling aluminum foil trays, vintage television sets, and other nostalgic household items. This quirky and whimsical collection further solidified Scott’s status as a daring and imaginative designer.

4. SpongeBob SquarePants Collaboration (Spring 2014)

In an unexpected collaboration, Scott brought the beloved Nickelodeon character SpongeBob SquarePants to life on the runway. The Spring 2014 collection featured bold, colorful prints with the cartoon character’s face emblazoned on various garments, such as sweaters and dresses. The playful and exuberant designs demonstrated Scott’s ability to merge pop culture and high fashion seamlessly.

5. Moschino x H&M Collaboration (2018)

In 2018, Jeremy Scott joined forces with Swedish retail giant H&M for a limited-edition collection. The collaboration showcased Scott’s signature maximalist and flamboyant style, with pieces ranging from logo-emblazoned streetwear to extravagant evening gowns. The collection was highly anticipated and became an instant success, with many items selling out within hours of release.

6. The Met Gala 2019

As co-chair of the 2019 Met Gala, Scott brought his innovative vision to the iconic event. Under the theme “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” he dressed celebrities such as Katy Perry, Cardi B, and Tracee Ellis Ross in eye-catching, statement-making ensembles that perfectly captured the event’s essence. Scott’s designs for the gala further solidified his status as a trailblazer in the world of fashion.