DUBAI (Agencies): US Dutch Palestinian supermodel Gigi Hadid took to Instagram to celebrate US fashion designer Jeremy Scott, who stepped down from his role as the creative director of Italian luxury label Moschino earlier this year.
“Appreciation post to @jeremyscott for my @Moschino Memories over the years (sic),” the model wrote on Saturday, adding: “every season with you in that house was an adventure, joy, & inspiration, and it was an honor to be even a small part of. I know that some of my most memorable and fulfilling campaign and runway moments will be ones made with Jeremy’s Moschino!! I love you J! THANK YOU … can’t wait to see where you take us next (sic).”
Scott, who has worked with Hadid on a number of occasions in his role as the creative director of the fashion house, made a statement when the decision was announced in March, saying: “These past 10 years at Moschino have been a wonderful celebration of creativity and imagination. I am so proud of the legacy I am leaving behind. I would like to thank Massimo Ferretti for the honor of leading this iconic house. I would also like to thank all my fans around the world who celebrated me, my collections, and my vision, for without you none of this would be possible.”
Hadid walked the runway for Moschino during Scott’s tenure a number of times over the years, including catwalk appearances at Milan Fashion Week and in New York.
She also appeared in campaigns for the fashion house, including the Spring/Summer 2022 campaign.
Photographed by US fashion lensman Steven Meisel and styled by French stylist Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele, Hadid posed in a series of pictures on the brand’s Instagram page in pastel-colored outfits.
In one shot, Hadid wore a matching set featuring a plaid jacket, a crop top and a mini skirt. The look was accessorized with a chained belt, statement earrings and a pink bag.
The campaign also featured Moroccan Egyptian Dutch model Imaan Hammam and French Japanese model Mika Schneider, who posed in a pink skirt suit with a heart-shaped bag and pink accessories, as well as US star Abby Champion, who wore an animal-print suit.
The campaign’s hairstylist was Guido Palau, while celebrity makeup artist Pat McGrath handled the beauty looks.