Marc Jacobs Fall 2020 Collection New York Fashion Week
Marc Jacobs’ fall 2020 collection might have been moved at the last minute from Monday to Thursday at Paris Fashion Week, but the result of the show was well worth the waist. The designer chose comfort and familiarity as his muse for this collection (the fact that he had a cold these past few weeks might have tipped the scale towards this direction) and the result was far from being common as the vintage mood designs were displayed using the most glamorous fabrics and shaped to suit the contemporary woman that loves to take classics as her guidelines to style.
The show itself was matched with the classic-mode style of the collection – an entire set was put together featuring a huge bright sun that shun to reveal the models in a dreamy, achromatic scenery that looked torn straight from a 60s classic movie.
The Marc Jacobs fall 2020 collection unveiled at New York Fashion Week opened with a straight line cut, pajama inspired skirt and blazer ensemble displayed in a metallic finish satin fabric that gave the outfit a more streetwear appropriate allure. Masculine inspired coats, 60s mod separates and feminine knee length dresses underlined the gentle, ladylike style of the collection while high waist sexy shorts paired with stylish button-up shirts gave the lineup that boldness and sexiness that women nowadays crave for without however leaning towards vulgarity at any point!
Luxurious fabrics boosted the glamor level of the collection as Marc Jacobs turned towards silk, luxury furs and soft cashmere to transpose his vision of the glamor woman today into reality. Soft embroidery and heavy paillette applications made eveningwear a true delight to watch, so if you’re looking for day to evening designs that look straight out of a vintage fashion catalog, designs capable of creating an iconic allure, the items featured in the Marc Jacobs fall 2020 collection should definitely make it to your new season wardrobe or at least stand as inspiration for your style!
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