Jeremy Scott signs licensing agreement with Aeffe
Aeffe is strengthening its ties with Jeremy Scott. The Italian fashion company has signed "a multiyear licensing agreement for the production and worldwide distribution for the brand Jeremy Scott’s clothing collections," it said in a statement.
The agreement will begin with spring/summer 2016, and will be presented in September. Since January 2014, the designer has served as creative director of Moschino, Aeffe’s flagship brand, which he successfully relaunched a few seasons ago.
Born in Kansas City, Missouri, Scott graduated with a degree in Fashion Design from the Pratt Institute in New York. He moved to Paris in 1996, where, the following year, he launched his eponymous label, which shows in New York and is distinguished by its off-kilter pop streetwear style.
Aeffe, which, besides Moschino, owns Alberta Ferretti, the new line Philosophy and the footwear brand Pollini, is looks forward to expanding its license portfolio, which already includes Emanuel Ungaro and Cedric Charlier.
"I am excited about this agreement with Jeremy Scott, as it will strengthen our relationship even further. This partnership will add value to the success that we’ve already achieved with Moschino," said Massimo Ferretti, president of Aeffe.
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