Like or dislike? Fashion designer Jeremy Scott brings fashion to a whole different level!

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Enthusiasm must have been bursted from the catwalk in Milan last week. Fashion designer Jeremy Scott got inspired by the current pop culture and the contemporary ‘normal’ matters.

The designer, for instance, used the fast-food chain McDonald’s and combined it with luxury brand Chanel. The oh-so-beloved and popular Chanel bag was doused by the yellow frying oil of McDonald’s. The McDonald’s serving plates couldn’t have been left out and the designer even created an iPhone french fry cover!

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via Marie Claire

McDonald’s made place for a little more edgy line. Think about gold necklaces, big golden rings, leather attributes and though denim jackets.

Definitely a rough switch after McDonald’s, but hey, it did work!

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via mtv.com

And we’re back to a bit less edgier theme. Fast-food chain McDonald’s was not the only brand who became fashionized, it was up to Spongebob Squarepants as well. The Nickelodeon star was suddenly in the center of attention during Fashion Week in Milan, that’s somewhat different than working at the Krusty Krab and living in a pineapple under the sea isn’t?

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via theguardian

Have you every seen models wrapped in chips, candy and chocolate packaging?

We didn’t either. Untill we saw this runway show, where it seems that  everything is possible.

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via mtv.com

.Finally Jeremy Scott himself got up stage, wearing a T-shirt that said: ¨I don’t speak Italian, but I do speak Moschino¨.

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via zimbio

Interested in the line or just curious how all items look like? Here you can check it out!

What do you think about this (different kind of) runway show?

 

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