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Discussion in 'History of Style : A Remembrance of Things Past' started by kimair, Feb 6, 2006.
hehehe to each his own i gues right? B) everyine got their thing. who do you like than?
alessandro dell Acqua, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana- stuff like that
i want one of the hats....are they going to be available to buy???
When I saw the runway for this- I thought it was fugly-
but now that I'm seeing a lot of the individual peices- there is a lot of really wearable stuff--- and I really love it!
It makes me yearn for Autumn
i am definitely lovin that plaid jacket!!!
Marc looks so hot. Too bad he's gay. His new physique is so inviting... the old Marc is back. Oh and loved the clothes too B)
Does anyone know when ,where and if Marc has a sample sale.???? Info please.... New York City location...
They're really secretive with those sales, non?
never heard of their sample sales, but at the end of the season, the discount is 70%, which is good enough I think.
btw, I went to the trunk show today. I'll write a detailed article to report tomorrow.
I can't wait to read it!
I forgot how much I love this collection. For some reason I just remembered it and went to marcjacobs.com and watched the video. It's so interesting, because there is a really heroic quality to the show, the clothes, the set, the music, but I can't put my finger on why the girls looks so heroic. I think the music played a large role in setting the tone of heroism, but it's so intangible and really, very moving and touching. And the shoes and the hats are so amazing, I love the Mongolian influence in the accessories. And I really like the grungy mix of plaids, knits, animal prints and metallic tulle. This is Marc's best collection in my opinion.
best Marc Jacobs collection EVER!
can we just take a few minutes to discuss and appreciate this masterpiece?
I'm literally with tears in my eyes watching the show. It's moving.
Yeah it is a masterpiece. Marc at the height of his powers. I think this will go down as his greatest collection of his entire career. It's perfection.