American Designer, Jeremy Scott, brings his colorful creations to the Dallas Contemporary in the Design District.
Scott is the genius creative director behind the fashion house Moschino. He’s known for his crazy colors, wild patterns, and for somehow finding a way to make McDonald’s golden arches look fashionable.
The exhibit is extremely interactive. It’s Instagram-photo-ready and you can even walk on the runway yourself. Inside you’ll find some of Scott’s very first creations.
His inspiration for it all—“visuals are more instant than words.” You’ll get to see the underlying nostalgia among his work…toys, candy, tv shows. The pieces are all unique in their own way.
The exhibit will be here through March 17th, so definitely go check it out!