06/01/2016
Hells yeah.

Words by

James Di Fabrizio

The Australian Centre for the Moving Image will be hosting limited screenings of Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer, a film that traces the renowned fashion designer's trajectory from his small-town childhood to international success.

After numerous knockbacks from fashion houses across Paris, Scott ventured out on his own. Combining the imagery of Middle America with a garish and identifiable asthetic, the designer went on to become the creative director of Moschino, arriving as the first American designer to ever helm a major Italian brand.

Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer will screen at ACMI from January 25-31. 

Via Beat.

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