Tom Ford, Jeremy Scott serve up a cacophony of color and a menagerie of prints at N.Y. Fashion Week

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Beyond that, though, Scott’s collection appeared to be focused squarely on the future — at least the version in Luc Besson’s 1997 stylish sci-fi film “The Fifth Element” (whose costumes, by the way, were designed by Jean Paul Gaultier). The collection was full of silver metallic jumpers, skirts and bra tops, black neoprene dresses with bustier-like overlock stitching details (in turquoise) and technical-looking strappy black harnesses that accented bright orange sweaters and skirts.

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