In 2002, Jeremy Scott returned to the United States, relocating to Los Angeles where his talent for iconic design has been embraced by pop stars including Rihanna, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Madonna, Björk, Gwen Stefani, M.I.A, ASAP Rocky, CL, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj. His work regularly appears in music videos (Rihanna in "We Found Love", "Hard", and "Rude Boy"; Britney Spears in "Toxic" and "Scream & Shout"; Madonna in "Die Another Die"; and Lady Gaga in "Paparazzi") and on stage (Björk's "Homogenic Tour"; Katy Perry's "California Dreams Tour", Superbowl 2014 looks, and Madonna's "Re-Invention World Tour", "Confessions Tour", "Sticky & Sweet Tour", "The MDNA Tour", “Rebel Heart Tour” and her 2012 Super Bowl halftime show).
Jeremy Scott has become a pop icon in his own right, and the keeper of a powerful fashion sensibility that has grown up under his watch. In 2002, he began a partnership with Adidas; launched the Jeremy Scott for Adidas collection of apparel and footwear in 2008; and appeared with Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj in the brand's 2011 and 2012 television ad campaigns. In 2005, he launched a popular line of eyewear with Linda Farrow. In 2006, he began a relationship with Longchamp, releasing a signature printed "Le Pliage" bag each season. In 2010 and 2011, he created two series of watches for Swatch, that were heralded by a large-scale billboard in Times Square. In 2012, he debuted a limited-edition Smart Car redesigned with his signature wings. In October 2013 Jeremy Scott also became the creative director for Moschino. In 2015 Jeremy Scott was asked by MTV to redesign the VMA Moonman award and red carpet for the awards.
In 2014 Jeremy Scott Rizzolli published a book chronicling Jeremy Scotts career. On September 18, 2015 “Jeremy Scott, The People’s Designer” documentary film on Jeremy Scott was released theatrically and currently one of the top fashion documentaries on Netflix.