Marc Jacobs Spring 2011 RTW Collection

Introducing one of the best shows so far, Marc Jacobs presents once again what he’s capable of and how his unlimited talent doesn’t set any boundaries in imagination. From romantic fairytale looks to drama queens, from business wear to elegant fluid shapes, Jacobs has combined together perfectly all these styles!
16 Sep, 2010

Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2011 fashion show was like a fairytale, a funhouse with exciting color and magical clothes with a dramatic feeling attached to every piece, a flash-back into the 70’s beauty and elegance, where old fashion trends were wrapped into clothing wear, reinvented, updated and taken to extremes.

Very fashionable and extremely chic, the collection combined a series of fashion trends for the next season. The perfectionist fashion designer, Marc Jacobs brought back fashionable divas from back in the 1970s, elegance, mystery and evolving style, all adapted to our modern times and emphasized through colours, shapes or styles.

This season’s fashion show at the Marc Jacobs label presented at New York Fashion Week started on energic and very sensual with romantic looks and dramatic make-up, hairstyles or accessories. The first piece on the runway sets the mood into a modern artistic fairytale, where the colours symbolize energy, fun and life, but they also release impatience and anxiety. A pop orange colored trench coat with little prints all over it, accessories with a fabulous maroon clutch, a knee length soft pink skirt and romantic flowers in puffy hairstyle, made an entire appearance break out of the ordinary in the first look.

Continuing in the same mood, Marc’s collection came out as a surprise and simply beautiful with every look on the runway. From fabulous chic office looks that emphasize the image of an independent woman to fluid shapes that put in value the body through long elegant dresses, this fashion show captured all the styles and took them to perfection.

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