Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show is a big deal on its own. But it gets even better: the singer just confirmed her designer BFF Jeremy Scott is creating her costumes. (Yes, multiple looks.)

Even though the performance is just over 12 minutes long, Katy revealed to E! Online that she’ll change outfits at least once. “On my real tour, the Prismatic World Tour, I have nine, ten different costumes. So I would feel very bored if I didn’t change my look at least once on the show,” she said.

And who better to dress her than Jeremy? Katy has been a front-row fixture at his runway shows, rocked his looks onstage, and even wore a Jeremy Scott for adidas tracksuit in the Pepsi Super Bowl teaser commercial. Needless to say, she’s a fan.

Whether she’s killing it in a glitter getup or Jeremy’s latest Barbie-inspired look, one thing’s for certain: I’ll be glued to the TV screen for every glorious minute.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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January 15, 2015

If gigantic teddy bears and cartoons are your thing, then you’re in for a treat. Miley Cyrus (well-known for both) and Moschino’s colorful tongue-in-cheek creative director Jeremy Scott have something big up their sleeves for New York Fashion Week.

At Sunday night’s MTV Video Music Awards, Jeremy announced, “Miley and I have something very exciting we’re brewing up for the future.” He was tight-lipped about details, but revealed that the show will feature “a group of cool kids” instead of models.

No word yet on what they’re plotting, but I have some ideas. Miley had a homeless teen, Jesse Helt, accept her Moonman on her behalf to raise awareness for the issue. Could those be the cool kids Jeremy’s talking about? Will it involve another group of performers? Perhaps his show will use Miley’s Bangerz as a soundtrack? Only time will tell. Until then, the duo will have everyone (including the front row) on the edge of their seats.

By Mairead McGonagle, Staff Writer

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August 27, 2014

Moschino Creative Director Jeremy Scott has already conquered the womenswear world, so now he’s off to tackle menswear. On June 16, Scott will debut Moschino’s first-ever men’s collection in London, England. Location specifics have yet to be determined, but one thing’s for certain: the collection is sure to wow.

After being named the new creative director back in October 2013, he’s already helped strengthen the brand with his well-received Fall 2014 women’s line. So much so, in fact, that Marcello Tassinari (managing director and CFO of Aeffe SpA, Moschino’s parent company) told WWD  that in just a few short months, the brand is already “showing a growth above average.” Way to go, Scott.

So, is it June 16 yet?

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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May 16, 2014