Jeremy Scott Leaves Moschino

According to WWD, executive chairman of Aeffe, the parent company of Moschino, Massimo Ferretti, said: “I am privileged to have had the opportunity to collaborate with the creative force that is Jeremy Scott. I want to express my gratitude to him for his ten years of dedication to Franco Moschino’s legacy home and for bringing in a distinctive and happy vision that will always be a part of Moschino history.

Scott added that his time at the House was “a wonderful celebration of creativity and imagination.” Indeed, it was, as the designer — who joined the luxury Italian House as its Creative Director in 2013 — has created a number of memorable catwalks and moments during his tenure.

From the Palace collaboration, Katy Perry’s burger dress and styling The Sims, to creating the cleaning product-inspired iPhone case, Spring/Summer 2018’s floral-mania runway, and Fall/Winter 2016’s chandelier opulence, the designer proved there is no limit to creativity.

What does it mean for the House? As we’ve seen with a number of departures as of late (Alessandro Michele leaving Gucci, Riccardo Tisci exiting Burberry, or Raf Simons closing his eponymous label), there’s likely to be an internal shuffle and a new visual identity helmed by who could take the brand. As for Scott, no word has been said on his next move — but plenty of Houses are looking for a revival.

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