Moschino and Tyler, the Creator’s Wolf Gang brought out all the stars for their fashion shows.
All the starts came out for Made L.A.’s fashion weekend in Los Angeles. The first day, designer Jermey Scott had his very first stateside Moschino presentation. Scott showed off his new Resort collection at L.A. Live’s Event Deck on Friday, June 10, and the audience was packed with celeb admirers of his work.
“It’s very natural for him to do the opposite of what everyone else is doing,” Katy Perry told Vanity Fair about the colorful collection. “He doesn’t take it so seriously, and that’s why I love him. I think he has a great sense of style, a great sense of humor, and a pulse on what’s going on in youth culture, and people really relate to him.”
The pop singer posed for pictures in her skintight, black Moschino jumpsuit bedazzled with a sequin rib cage. “I’ve got to get out of this skeleton suit,” she said. “Even though it’s an illusion that I’m skinny, I’m super-fat underneath, because I am no longer sample size-that’s what your 30’s are!”
Oh come one Katy Perry, you look fabulous in Moschino!
Other familiar celeb faces in the crowd included Caitlyn Jenner, Candis Cayne, Vanessa Hudgens, Soko, Christina Milian, Colton Hayes, and Bella Thorne. Along with celebs watching the show there was plenty of stars actually walking the runway for Jermey Scott’s collection.
Cindy Crawford, was one of the first guests to arrive with her hubby, Rande Gerber, was there to support her 16-year-old son, Presley Gerber, who in his first runway show.
Also walking the runway were models Miranda Kerr (who opened the show), Alessandra Ambrosia, Jourdan Dunn, Chanel Iman, Taylor Hill, Anna Cleveland, Devon Aoki (who closed the collection, walking out with Scott). There was also some newcomers and celebrity youngsters like Anwar Hadid (younger brother of Gigi and Bella), Hailey Baldwin (daughter of Stephen Baldwin), and Cami Morrone (stepdaughter of Al Pacino).
The second day of Made L.A.’s two-day initiative to bring fashion to Los Angeles attracted more of a younger crowd, mostly consisting of the cult fashion favorite Hood By Air and rapper Tyler, the Creator who debuted his line Golf Wang. Both their shows had a more avant-garde approach.
Hood by Air designer Shayne Oliver‘s collection consisted of a performance by Yves Tumor a.k.a. Sean Bowie, who chanted and moaned onto of a mound of sand. “I told them walk around, feel the music. They took it to another level,” said Oliver after the models followed in suit of Bowie. Oliver’s models followed Bowie’s actions by getting dirty, rolling around, throwing sand, and shoving each other.
Tyler, the Creator’s Wolf Gang show was completely different. His models walked through a set that resembled a teenage bedroom, except for the awesome skate ramp right in the middle of the runway. The ramp made sense since Tyler’s collection was made up of skate classics with vibrant colors like, bright pink, orange, yellow, blue, and green.
Both of Tyler’s friends, Kanye West and Kendall Jenner, came out to support him. The two caused a frenzy when they both made their way to their seats. Solange Knowles, Janelle Monáe, Blake Anderson, and Cole and Dylan Spouse showed up to catch both the runway show and a performance of Tyler’s new single, “My Ego.”
Kanye handed Tyler an envelope after the show. Tyler then gave that envelope to a fan to open and read: “From Golf to you, pick a shoe.”
“You get a shoe! You get a shoe! You get a shoe!” shouted Tyler, doing his best Oprah impression. The audience then exploded in applause after each person was promised a pair of sneakers by the end of the year for free. “I love all you motherfuckers,” Tyler shouted.