Fashion week in new York ended last night, the audience had to choose between the two shows, both of which promised to be spectacular. The first time holding his own show, Marc Jacobs has made it clear who the true headliner fashion show. Due to the heavy rain and traffic jams of the Upper East side, which hosted the presentation of the new collection of the designer, to Brooklyn Rihanna has had not all. But almost an hour and half wait was worth it, Jacobs invited everyone in vitaljause journey through a vivid gallery of images — from the Victorian era through the ’60s, with Edie’s to be to bright,’ 80s and extravagance of Lady Gaga. The beginning of a great show dutifully waited for Emily Ratzkowski, Anna Wintour, Sofia Coppola, and many others.
Giant ruffles, full skirts, exaggerated silhouettes, jackets-coats, collars, bibs, hats with veils — it seems the designer has taken the key elements, denotes luxury and style at different times and integrated them into their favorite glamorous aesthetic. Soft pastel tones of pink, peach and mint diluted with bright accents of lemon yellow summer and balancing a variety of solid blue, emerald hues and taupe colors, reserved for formal suits.
On the catwalk presented a new interpretation of the term total look, why not combine the hair color with the clothes? Previously, these fashion experiments we saw mostly performed by Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian, but with a light hand, Marc Jacobs is now the trend may be palatable to a wider audience, especially the colors that the designer has offered to paint the hair, do not look as radical as the neon strands, Kim. Accessories must maintain the mood of retro to next season is to look for miniature bags with long handles, purses, and a spectacular glove perforation.
And certainly should not be afraid of shiny textures: pants and lamé tights with lurex can also be included in your wardrobe.
Guests of the show:
Emily RatzkowskiSofia Coppola,Nicki Minaj, Anna Dello RussoAnna WintourDerek BlasbergChristian LouboutinKim PetrasCaroline VreelandCarolyn Daur