The designer stuck with a sweeter Spring 2010 show as ruffles and soft colors dominated his collection.
New York - Marc Jacobs Spring 2010 show was the place to be on Monday night as big names in the entertainment and fashion industry came pouring in to see what kind of theatrics Marc was going to pull off for this season. Although Lady Gaga and Madonna, who both have made names for their expressive stage shows and styles, count as two of his many famous guests the theatrics stayed in his pieces. His collection included ruffles, layerings, florals and plaids, military-inspired jackets, beadings, satin bras, tulle, corsets, ballerina-inspired and Geisha-inspired dresses, and billowing pants. It was all too much yet not enough! Leave it to Mr. Jacobs to make it all work oh so deliciously well. Keeping up with the Japanese Geisha inspiration that was prominent throughout his show, the models marched down the runway with kabuki makeup and flat-platform soled slides. Others models also carried handbags. The all-white themed set, from the walls to the runway and seats, kept the focus on Marc's designs, which were in shades of pink, white, blue, black, grey, peach, green and violet. Before posing for photos with Madonna and Lady Gaga Marc explained his show as "All the world's a stage! Everything's beautiful at the ballet! Life is a cabaret!" And he delivered as always.
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Tuesday, September 15, 2009
ROMANCE WAS IN THE AIR FOR MARC JACOBS
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