After looking to sportswear for inspiration when designing his Fall/Winter 2014 collection, Jeremy Scott turns his attention to summer-ready floral patterns and vibrant colors. The upcoming Spring/Summer 2015 collection consists of multicolored, allover print button-downs and bottoms, as well as beach basics such as graphic print T-shirts, tank tops and more. A fuzzy pink jacket is also included, alongside other graphic-adorned outerwear and many more of Scott’s out of this world interpretations. Also, one of the standout items from the offering is a sweater that features a pixelated image of Shrek. As always, the designer also made sure to showcase his over-the-top footwear which is part of his ongoing collaboration with adidas. The Spring/Summer 2015 collection will be available at select stockists in the coming months.

Watch Iggy Azalea and Jeremy Scott go vintage shopping in the House of Style season premiere.

Make sure to also check out the latest version of the adidas Originals by Jeremy Scott JS Wings 3.0 that releases globally October 31st, 2014.

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