Jeremy Scott’s Methodology
Following the development of the pandemic, regardless of the relative multitude of snags and difficulties, Scott kept thinking about the Coronavirus as another boundary of day to day existence in the ongoing scene; such a perspective, which led to an explosion of creativity in the House (Kell, 2021).
This may be impacted by his mentality toward innovativeness, as the originator states:
“I essentially contemplate innovativeness like water. You empty it into a glass pitcher, then, at that point, you can take that pitcher and empty it into a glass to drink out of, or you can empty it into a jar, or you can empty it into a pool, or you can empty it into the breaks in the walkway. No matter what vessel you use, it will take these forms and shapes. As that is the way I generally approach things (Hyland, Elle, September 2020).”
Besides, Scott found it easier to adjust to the new climate concerning the pandemic since he has proactively directed various exploratory works all through his vocation and for sure has been well acquainted with working under troublesome circumstances (as his pre-pandemic works demonstrate).
In a meeting with Veronique Hyland (2020), about the impacts of the Coronavirus pandemic on his work, Scott referenced:
“For me it is actually a reinforcing of what I previously accepted. I still fundamentally believe that originality—a work that is emotional and makes you feel—is important. I have always felt this way, and I feel like it is more obvious and clear in these times.
Consequently, Scott is a planner who accepts when individuals face troubles or emergency, they need good faith, write, and motivation to grin (Hyland, Elle, September 2020) and he deliberately communicated this vision in his design shows during the pandemic.
As it is clear in Moschino’s style shows during the pandemic, Scott has planned virtual runways exuberant and humor. He has rejuvenated style shows as short design film, a piece of workmanship that without a doubt could be considered as one the most interesting exhibited ever (Kell, 2021).