Marc Jacobs's Resort 2017 show was full-on '80s. We should have seen this decade revival coming. For one, America's new president has both a look and policy agenda that seem more at home in the 1980s. But despite how you feel about Donald...Show More Summary
You'll need two pairs of Marc Jacobs' shoes.
Our Golden Peacock winner for the last day of New York Fashion Week.
New York Fashion Week came to a close with the Marc Jacobs show on Thursday, and all eyes are now on London to continue the Fall 2017 collections. Several trends resonated throughout the week, from the literal to the philosophical, and there's no missing the statements they made. Show More Summary
A photo diary of the fall/winter 2017 collection that was presented in New York on Thursday.
Another season done and dusted, folks! The Fall 2017 edition of New York Fashion Week wrapped up on Thursday afternoon with Marc Jacobs's spare, impactful runway show, which proved to be a serene highlight of an otherwise chaotic week. After nine days jam-packed with after-parties,... Continue reading
As New York Fashion Week came to a close Thursday, Marc Jacobs wanted all eyes on the clothes at his Fall/Winter 2017 runway show at the Park Avenue Armory. At the partially outdoor affair, models in bold hats (including Kendall Jenner) walked to the sound of silence before posing in metal folding chairs. Show More Summary
An insider’s view of New York Fashion Week, day eight.
The past and present of the city connect at an ingenious Marc Jacobs show.
The last show of New York Fashion Week was a merchandising bonanza — if a little depressing.
To close out NYFW, Ralph Lauren transformed his Upper East Side mansion into an orangerie of sorts, while Marc Jacobs staged a piece of hip-hop-inspired fashion theater at the Armory.
Leave it to Marc Jacobs to create a unique and polarizing collection! On Thursday, Kendall Jenner walked in his show during New York Fashion Week wearing a hip-hop inspired outfit comprised of a burgundy corduroy jacket and pants, platform heels, and a ridiculously large beanie hat. Related: Kendall Reveals Her Runway Secrets According to the show notes, the [...]
The last show of New York Fashion Week is always Marc Jacobs‘ and Katy Perry stepped out to attend the event on Thursday afternoon (February 16) at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. The 32-year-old entertainer checked out the designer’s Fall 2017 collection alongside celebs like Mandy Moore, Lil’ Kim, Amanda Peet, Juno [...]
What's a designer to do when fashion week has turned into little more than a contest to see which brand can out-spend, out-spectacle, out-stunt cast and out-Instabait all of the others? According to Marc Jacobs, you strip away all of the frills — including the set, the music, the photo pit, the... Continue reading
As New York City becomes increasingly gentrified, one symbolic point of the shift is the way newcomers seem to bristle at the street sounds—cars honking and bumping bass-y music, people yelling and fighting, jackhammers, etc.—to the point of making noise complaints so egregious and xenophobic they almost become urban… Read more...
Kendall Jenner sits in a chair with her phone in hand and her legs outstretched during the finale of Marc Jacobs‘ show held during New York Fashion Week on Thursday (February 16) in New York City. The annual show was a unique event as there was no production value inside the Park Avenue Armory. Seats [...]
Who do you have to be to get the likes of rock-god offspring Frances Bean Cobain, all-American sweetheart Mandy Moore and rap industry royalty Lil' Kim in the same (granted, very spacious) room? Marc Jacobs, I guess, who did just that — and, at the risk of sounding like a 60-second... Continue reading
The designer took a toned-down approach this season.
For a collection heavily influenced by hip hop, there wasn't a single sound on the runway. Marc Jacobs invited his guests to the Lexington Armory and set up two rows of folding chairs - the type you probably sat on during high school assemblies. Show More Summary
Each model got their own look.