Video: Fashion Turns Into Fun Carnival Again When It Comes To The Marc Jacobs Show
The Marc Jacobs Show always closes New York Fashion Week. Even now, when the strong-willed decision of Tom Ford, it has sharply decreased from seven days to three. But they are not expected at all because after that you can finally rest for a couple of days, until significant shows start in London. No, everyone is waiting for Mark's shows, because they are made by Mark - the best storyteller in all of New York, and maybe in modern fashion in general, which without him would be quite a dressing room, the main dreamer and just a holiday man. This is not to say that the brand shows never disappoint: the designer had a rather long period of crisis, which lasted for a couple of years. But now, fortunately, he is back in the ranks.
Models flock to the stage in a motley crowd: it seems as if it’s morning, a fun costume party has just ended, and all the colorful birds are getting ready to fly home - or for an afterparty. The guests who came to the show were discouraged. Because it actually didn’t exist yet - how could it have finished already? But this, of course, is just a joke from Mark: the crowd is hiding behind the scenes, all again, as expected, come out one by one, the usual show begins - well, almost ordinary. Everyone is dancing to Doris Day, everyone is smiling - even Bella Hadid, who never seems to smile at all.
Each one dances in her own way, there are no uniform movements - and the images are also different for everyone, they cannot be united by any other word except “masquerade”. Someone, of course, will sigh: "Hippie chic" - but not at all hippy chic. Yes, 60s in the frame, but this is not the main topic at all. The main thing is costumes, the ability to change images, play dress-up, even if not at a ball, but at a home party with a live broadcast on Instagram: this collection, one might say, was created for this. Well for joy. You can put on a huge chic hat. You can wear all the brightest things that fall out of the closet, and on top - a boa. You could dress up as Ann Reinking from All That Jazz - yes, Jacobs wasn't referring to Alex from A Clockwork Orange. You can - Shelley Duvall: she is easily recognizable by her red suit and eyelashes. You can - Anita Pallenberg. You can - just a girl from those same 60s,drawing huge bright circles around the eyes with shadows. And you can even be a "girl Chanel