Jeremy Scott gets psychedelic

Jeremy Scott gets psychedelic
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By: Alexander Liang

It was a full house from wall to wall at Moynihan Station on Monday afternoon for Jeremy Scott's Spring 2016 runway show. Attendees included fashion industry, living legends like Iris Apfel and Bill Cunningham, as well as social media stars, like Chiara Ferragni, Mariano di Vaio and longtime Jeremy Scott fans, Cailli and Sam Beckerman. Not to mention, the show was opened by supermodel Gigi Hadid.

The collection had a strong 60's mod vibe, full of electric color, metallics and plenty of super-short miniskirts. Psychedelic prints appeared on both the women's and men's looks, in true Jeremy Scott style.

Wigs took 60's hair to new heights, teased up with shoulder-length curls that bounced with every step the models took.

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