Jeremy Scott delivers again!
And it's seriously all about Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid this Thursday at Milan Fashion Week. The girls are killing it!
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After walking Fendi and MaxMara, the supermodel sisters whizzed off to model several outfits for the Moschino S/S 2017 presentation, the theme of which was paper dolls! LOVES IT!
The clothes had tabs on them to mimic the folding pieces of paper you'd find on a paper doll's dress!
Jeremy explained it thusly:
Arriving in style!
Jeremy Scott and Stella Maxwell brought the psychedelic multicolored fun timez to the MTV VMAs in NYC Sunday!
We love it!
The designer bared some breastbone in his black suit with colorful embroidered embellishments throughout, while his supermodel muse was a real-life kaleidoscope in a technicolor crop top and matching bell bottoms.
We feel like we're having an acid trip and it's awesome!
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This is the sexiest skeleton we've ever seen!
Katy Perry took a cue from Jeremy Scott at the Moschino Resort show in LA Friday, wearing the same skeleton-embellished black jumpsuit the designer wore to the Met Gala last month!
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Who wore it better — the brand's creative director or his muse?! Ha!
We won't make you vote, but Katy seriously slayed with her tousled hairdo and smokey eye shadow, looking like the goth queen of our dreams.
Excellent bone structure, baby!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Can't we all be friends?!
On Monday, Demi Lovato and Nicki Minaj attended the 2016 Met Gala both wearing outfits designed by Moschino. As seen (above), the two divas were photographed with the brand's creative director Jeremy Scott.
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Unfortunately, on Tuesday, when the Super Bass rapper posted one of those photos on her Instagram page, she totally forgot — whether intentionally or unintentionally — to tag Miz Lovato!
The post in question is
It's that time again!
The worst thing about the end of every month is that we have to say goodbye to some great TV shows and movies on Netflix…
But the best thing is the slew of new shows and flicks that are added to the streaming service! And we're getting some great ones in April!
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Sure we have to say goodbye to great flicks like Léon: The Professional, and Half Baked – and let's not forget Paris Hilton's masterpiece, House of Wax, LOLz — but in return we're getting season two of both Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt AND How To Get Away With Murder. Plus they're adding AH-Mazing movies like V for Vendetta and The Shawshank Redemption!
Ch-ch-check out the list of all the movies and shows that are coming and going on Netflix in April (below)!
Bad news for Jeremy Scott.
Reports say a California District Court judge has given street artist Joseph Tierney, AKA Rime, the go-ahead to take his copyright lawsuit against the designer to the next level.
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Tierney has accused Scott of copying his famous "Vandal Eyes" mural in Detroit and putting it on clothing from the Moschino A/W 2015 collection.
The dress accused of bearing Rime's art was worn by Gigi Hadid on the runway and by Katy Perry at the Met Gala in May. A blazer worn by Scott at the Met Ball also appeared to have elements of Rime's work.
In October 2015, Scott filed a declaration to strike Rime's complaint, stating that it was a graphic artist in the company's employ who selected that particular print for the clothing in question, and that Scott himself did not design it.
The motion to strike was denied, and the next court date is scheduled for May 23, 2016.
We'll keep you updated with new info as it becomes available.
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We can't even begin to express our heartbreak over the tragic situation in Paris.
Similarly to ourselves, many celebrities are horrified and sickened by the senseless terrorist attack.
Related: REPORT: Attacks In Paris — Dozens Dead, 100+ Taken Hostage
Take a look at the heartsick and supportive tweets (below):