Designer Jeremy Scott, the court jester of the fashion flock, routinely raids the pop culture pantry with his tongue firmly in cheek. He's sent models across the catwalk dressed as ice cream cones and candy bars, and his "Flintstones"-themed collection includes jagged-edged, saber-tooth-tiger spotted tunics and dresses and bone-accessorized top knots. Scott has also partnered with French luggage maker Longchamp (this season it's a hot-pink bag with a crossed "Flintstones" bones pattern) and has an ongoing collaboration with Adidas (some of his track suits have bold leopard spots; others, Keith Haring prints). He may not be a native son, but his Waring blender approach to slicing and dicing popular culture into wearable ribbons makes him fit right in. Scott's collection is priced between $225 and $2,000.
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