Jeremy Scott knows how to make an entrance.
Jeremy Scott doesn't always need a shirt with his tuxedo.
Jeremy Scott never fails to amaze.
When fashion designer Jeremy Scott came to Dallas for TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art in October, he caused quite the stir: On the arm of socialite and philanthropist Nancy Rogers (who was wearing a neon graffiti-covered gown he designed for her), he was all sex and rock ’n’ roll in a tuxedo sans shirt, his muscular chest catching as much attention as the contemporary art on display.
Our city’s top fashion types fell head-over-heels for Scott’s megawatt magnetism, so that same pack will no doubt flock to Forty Five Ten when he visits the store on Thursday, April 7, 3 to 5 pm, for his Spring/Summer 2016 Moschino and Jeremy Scott trunk shows — the former riffed on the playful idea of a couture construction zone, while the latter seemed a mod nod to Barbie in a vibrant pop-art way.
He’ll also sign his namesake book, Jeremy Scott (Rizzoli), which launched at Art Basel Miami Beach two years ago. Scott’s PA isn’t the only event on Forty Five Ten’s packed spring calendar; for the full list of trunk shows and designer drop-ins — including a visit from beloved cosmetics darling Edward Bess on Friday, April 8 — keep up to date at papercitymag.com. Forty Five Ten, 4510 McKinney Ave., 214.559.4510.