In Marc Jacobs’s first runway show in a year, the designer connects to the spirit of creativity.
The house took time to pause during the pandemic, “to reflect, ruminate, reevaluate, grieve, and take a thorough inventory of what works, what doesn’t work, what we love, what we’re willing to let go of, and what has value, importance, and meaning,” they explain.
Time away gave Marc Jacobs the reconnect to happiness and creativity, which shows up in spades in his latest collection. From exaggerated silhouettes to the jubilant colors he uses, Marc Jacobs offers us some truly joyful designs. Jacobs plays with volume with cocoon-like puffers and joins the other fashion houses who have been by the early aughts with sky-high platform creepers. Marc Jacobs fans might find this collection reminiscent of the 1993 Spring/Summer Perry Ellis Collection which got the designer fired. Replete with ’90s grunge, flannel, and a punk attitude, the iconic collection was a shining example of the aesthetic we see returning today. This Marc Jacobs FW21 has a similar grungy attitude.
Marc Jacobs also announces a new partnership with luxury retailer Bergdorf Goodman. The partnership has a special connection to the creative director and lifelong New Yorker and will offer consumers a chance at purchasing exclusive runway items.
Check out the entire Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2021 collection below.END
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