If You Liked Jeremy Scott, You’ll Love Kit Neale

You’ve got the trainers but don’t have the T-Shirt? Then look out for Kit Neale; his cartoon tops and abstract prints are bound to complete your look.

When Jeremy Scott collaborated with Adidas, he had hip hop stars, rappers and the general public hankering after his wing-shaped high tops and teddy bear shoes. 

Since then, the American Designer – now Creative Director of Moschino – has taken his kitsch designs up a notch with comical nods to Sponge Bob Square Pants, Junk Culture and Barbie.

But now, another tongue-in-cheek designer is making new waves. London’s Kit Neale, who has been showing at London Collection: Men since it began in 2012, is already enjoying critical and commercial success.

This relative newcomer references all that is new in British life in his vibrant and unique collections. However, Neale is becoming widely-known for his vivid cartoon images, which he emblazons across sweaters and Tees. 

Watch your back, Jeremy – there’s a new kid on the block.

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