Jeremy Scott is one of fashion’s most eccentric and lively personalities – and after recently spending 24 hours with designer Moschino in Los Angeles, vogue can confirm that it is just as fun as you expect it to be. In the new video, Scott’s day begins at 9 a.m. in his serene home, which has an airy interior-exterior design. “Sometimes when I’m on a morning zoom, people think the [birds chirping] is a backdrop or a sound effect,” says Scott. We then joined the designer on his patio, where he reflected on moving to the City of Angels from his native Missouri. “As an artist, I had more room and space to grow and discover myself,” he says. “But you have to remember where you come from. When I started in Paris, I was homeless and sleeping rough.
Continuing his morning, Scott headed inside to make hot lemon water, where he was joined by special guest: Vanessa Hudgens (in a pink Moschino tracksuit, no less). The duo then headed to Runyon Canyon Park for a quick hike, where they reflected on Scott’s iconic creations. “I’ve always been a huge fan of your designs because they’re so unique and vibrant,” says Hudgens. As they admired the nearby Hollywood sign, Scott added of his creative process, “I look at my designs like a director would at a movie.”
After taking their steps, it was time for Scott to get to work at the Moschino studio. His creative space is filled with Moschino-clad teddy bears and a colorful jukebox. Scott also showed off one of his most prized possessions: a tan pair of his winged Adidas shoes, which “changed his life,” the designer says. He recalled how these theatrical designs were not always easy to get approved. “It’s not telling the truth if I don’t say I’ve been told no many, many times,” Scott says. “No, it won’t sell or it won’t work, but finding your own path and finding your own happiness along the way is how you’re going to find your true success. Happiness is the ultimate success.
To wrap up his busy day, Scott headed to Milk Studios to shoot his new Resort 2023 collection (which he described to Hudgens as “Dear 1976 on vacation”). Of the new pieces, he shares, “I was thinking about vintage flight attendants and that look to match. And also this cute 60s hippie girl with flower power. Ultimately, however, he just wants his clothes to make the wearer feel good and empowered. “[Growing up,] fashion was my world that made me feel good and happy,” says Scott. “I hope I can create this world and put my arms around a lot of other little kids who were maybe also trying to find their own little happy place.” Watch the full 24 hours with Scott above.