Tuesday, September 15, 2009

New York fashion week : Marc Jacobs s/s 2010

Marc Jacobs say's he is tired of seeing young girls wearing black and studs. "It's not such an individual expression,"
"If last season was a trip back in time to the eighties," he continued, "this was a trip to the theater, the ballet, the opera."
Throughout the collection their was inspiration from shows such as The King and I in the models' topknots, pointy upturned-toe platform sandals, and Aladdin pants.
Jacobs teamed trim military jackets with long, full skirts and others so short they looked like tufts of ruffles. But there were also zany lamé dresses; lace openwork coats and suits in white and black sequins; a retro silk satin underwear-as-outerwear moment.

I must say I have fallen head over heals in love with this collection, the delicate detail and fairness of it is just so beautiful and as Marc Jacobs said its time for something different to leather and studs, and this is surly at the completing other end of the scale, the collection seems to have a lovely feminine feel to it yet the fabulous structure of the military coats it brings it to a whole new level.

This is why I love Marc Jacobs work he never fails to impress with incredible detail and create something new and inspiring each season.


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