Katy Perry stars in new Moschino campaign

The popstar is the first celebrity to star in the brand's ad campaigns.

Emma Akbareian
Tuesday 16 June 2015 16:58

Katy Perry has worn creations by Jeremy Scott to nearly every major event this year- from her performance at the Superbowl earlier this year to The Met Gala - the duo are no stranger to collaboration.

So it doesn't come as surprise to see the singer star in the designer's newest campaign for Moschino.

In the image from the new campaign Perry models a patchwork denim jacket over a gold bra and heavy chain jewellery.

The autumn/winter 2015 campaign was shot by photographers Inez and Vinoodh back in March and marks the first time Scott has cast a celebrity face for the brand having previously shot models including Linda Evangelista, Sasha Luss and Anna Ewers.

Perry's hair has been the source of speculation since she posted an image of herself which appears to be from the shoot, on social media back in April sporting the cropped do with the caption "I asked for Kris Jenner."

Jeremy Scott and Katy Perry at the 2015 Met Gala

And Perry liked the look so much she opted to wear it again at the Met Gala a few night's later with no prizes for guessing her date on the night and designer dress of choice.

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