|Madonna's collaboration with Jeremy Scott and Moschino continues.|
Madonna recently announced her fashion collaborators for the Rebel Heart Tour. As stated by WWD, these include Jeremy Scott, Alexander Wang, as well as Gucci creative director Allesandro Michele.
Given her recent video for "Bitch I'm Madonna" and her latest appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Madonna's choice to work with Jeremy Scott for Moschino should come as no surprise. Alexander Wang also makes an an appearance in the video. Scott's collaborated with Madonna for several of her tours, including her recent MDNA and Sticky and Sweet tours.
|Jeremy Scott also collaborated on Madonna's Sticky and Sweet tour.|
Madonna's also chosen Prada and Miu Miu boots and shoes to be part of the Rebel Heart wardrobe, as they have in past tours. Notables missing from the Rebel Heart fashion roster are Versace, Gaultier and Givenchy. Givenchy's Riccardo Tisci dressed Madonna for the Sticky and Sweet tour and her 2012 Super Bowl XLVI performance.
The pop singer’s predilection for some of these names has been evident for a while: she wore Scott for Moschino to the Costume Institute gala in May, on the red carpet as well as to various after parties, for instance. And she was also in full Moschino regalia in her last video, “B**ch I’m Madonna,” where Wang made an exuberant cameo. Before that, she was spotted around town wearing the platform moon boots from Wang’s fall show, practically straight off the runway.
Curiously, Versace, in whose 2015 advertising campaign Madonna appeared, is not involved in this tour. Phillips, who has been nominated for two Oscars, including her work on Madonna’s own “W.E.,” is marking her sixth tour with Madonna and will also contribute costumes.
Some of the other designers, though, like Michele, are more surprising, underscoring the singer’s knack for spotting new talent.
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Designers and press both are saying that menswear is changing so fast that the latest spring/summer 2015 collections have been difficult to define or categorize. For this city's embracing of the new, the eccentric, the radical, we’ve loved London fashion forever. For London Collections: Men spring/summer 2015 we were enthusiastic about a number of collections:
Moschino. The humor. Jeremy Scott proves master of play and titillation by riffing on our obsession with logos and branding. Similar to what MIA did for her collaboration with Versace. Scott’s Fauxschino emerged as an affectionate jab at knock-off fashion. We’re long-time fans of Jeremy Scott, and his work at Moschino keeps us wanting more.