The Inspiration: Titled "Psychedelic Jungle," the collection took the "garden party on acid" vibe seen in other collections this week on a psilocybin safari, mixing his signature bold animal prints with fantastical florals, geometric leather patchwork pieces.
The Look: The look wasn't just mad trippin' it was time-trippin' too -- with decades of psychedelia on display from '60s-era florals that could've come off the set of "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-in" on babydoll dresses to '70s-era tie-dyed T-shirts, and '80s-era all-over eightball graphics on jackets and bucket hats.
There were also sweaters with grinning intarisa knit jack o' lantern designs, shirts with a swirly circle of words: "What the natives are wearing Jeremy Scott SS 2015."
A surprise pop-culture cameo -- straight outta the aughts -- was Shrek, the green animated ogre from the DreamWorks movie franchise of the same name. His fat green head could be seen on various pieces throughout the collection, most notably in an all-over embroidery on a yellow sweater dreess (we thought ogres were forest dwellers but we're not ones to quibble). We also noticed a tie-dyed T-shirt printed with the slogan "Shrek Happens."
Key Pieces: Our favorite piece on the men's side was a pink patchwork floral camp shirt that's about as close as
The Scene: Although celebrities in the front row for the show included Perez Hilton, Bella Thorne and
Her Twerkness did not disappoint, emerging from backstage just as the house lights came down. Afterward, when Scott hit the catwalk for his runway bow he pulled her from her seat and took her for a spin down the catwalk before spiriting her backstage.
A golden PR move if ever there was one, yes, but given the increased ferocity of the fashion photographers' scrum this season, we couldn't help but think it was also a smart public safety move.