Jeremy Scott is always guaranteed to turn heads. Pulling inspirations from 60s pop art and the Jetsons, this Spring 2014 Ready-To-Wear  Teenagers From Mars collection played with television test patterns and a daring color palette guaranteed to be seen on style icons (and front row celebs) such as Nicki Minaj and Chanel Iman.


While the collections’s cut-out silhouettes and tiny swimsuits experiment with daring fabric and color, the stand-out factor was the cartoon-like prints by Pop Surrealist Kenny Scharf. A shoulder-less dress with a lilac pattern squiggle pattern is made interesting with seemingly painted characters straight out of Nickelodeon. Another was a one-shoulder minidress with a splatter print reminiscent of Mr. Pollock himself.


While animal prints and bra tops seemed to take over the NYFW runway, Jeremy Scott (per usual) found a way to make Teenagers From Mars pop. Red-hot snakeskin bralettes and turquoise zebra minis with zipper accents not only combine the trends, but give it an sexy, BDSM-like twist.  Graphic knit sweaters emblazoned with “I’m A Mess” and “Earth Sucks” also take Scott’s unspoken, DGAF brand he is so famously known for to literally the next level, intergalactically speaking.