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Iconic

THE CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF CELEBRATED FASHION HOUSE MOSCHINO EMBODIES THE VERY SPIRIT OF WHAT IT MEANS TO BE AN ICONIC DESIGNER

Juno Dawson@junodawson

JEREMY SCOTT

‘MOSCHINO BARBIE IS SO FIERCE!’ declares a Jeremy Scott Mini-Me, the first little boy in an advert for a Barbie Doll. In one adorable moment, thousands of little boys were assured it was perfectly acceptable to want a perfectly fabulous doll. Jeremy Scott, the creative director of the Moschino fashion house, is new to neither the limelight nor controversy, but the 12” fashion doll could well be the first time he’s changed the world.

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