Monday, September 19, 2016

Marc Jacobs - #NYFW Spring 2017

"[Marc] Jacobs' models sported candy-colored dreadlocks and platforms that seemed even higher than the ones he sent out last Fall; from dreads to toe, they must've topped 7 feet. In between, there was sparkle, satin, and snakeskin, along with doses of chilled-out denim and camouflage. He merged his lower-priced Marc by Marc Jacobs range with his main line little more than a year ago, and since then there's been quite a spread between the haute stuff and the more commercially minded jeans and army jackets. Inevitably, the finer pieces were more compelling today: mod, fur-collared, A-line coats in metallic lamé or rainbow-patterned holographic sequins; a crocheted cardigan sprouting feathers at the shoulders. Theme appropriate or not, hoodies are beginning to feel a bit played out, but Jacobs came up with a pretty wonderful way of elevating the more ordinary items on the runway, and unifying the high and low aspects of the collection." -

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