Moschino x The Academy Museum Store - Exclusive womens printed t-shirt dress featuring the iconic ruby slippers worn by Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. inspired by the film The Wizard of Oz as designed by Moschino designer Jeremy Scott and costume designer Arianne Phillips as part of a bespoke capsule collection sold exclusively at The Academy Museum Store.
Costume designer Arianne Phillips partnered with Jeremy Scott of Moschino® to design a bespoke capsule collection inspired by MGM’s 1939 Technicolor masterpiece The Wizard of Oz. Inspired by the iconic final moments of the film masterpiece The Wizard of Oz as Dorothy clicks her ruby slippers three times and says the famous line "There's no place like home."
Dorothy's Ruby Slippers
worn by Judy Garland are on display at the Academy Museum
. Costume design, Adrian. Produced by the Innes Shoe Company, Pasadena and Hollywood - Leather, silk faille, silk georgette, sequins, rhinestones, bugle beads, costume jewels.
Moschino (Italian pronunciation: [moˈskiːno]) is an Italian luxury fashion house, specialising in leather accessories, shoes, luggage and fragrances. It was founded in 1983 by Franco Moschino in Milan.
In October 2013, Jeremy Scott became Moschino's creative director, showing his first collection in Fall 2014.
Jeremy Scott is an American fashion designer. He is the creative director of the fashion house Moschino and the sole owner of his namesake label. Since launching his brand in Paris in 1997, Scott has built a reputation as "pop culture’s most irreverent designer", and "fashion's last rebel".
Known for his designs of clothes, accessories and footwear for Adidas and Moschino, Scott has consistently worked with various celebrities such as Björk, Madonna, Katy Perry, CL and 2NE1, Nicki Minaj, Fergie, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Kanye West, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, ASAP Rocky, M.I.A., Rita Ora, Cardi B, and Grimes. As an early proponent of blending high fashion with street style, he creates designs often incorporating pop-culture icons.