Marc Jacobs Mens S/S 10

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  1. khyrk

    khyrk Oh Yeah!

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    Following the transition to licensee Staff International, Marc Jacobs men's wear is as cool and commercial as ever. Referencing downtown New York in the Eighties as well as Sid Vicious, details throughout...


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  2. elle_gb

    elle_gb Active Member

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    That's all?
     
  3. khyrk

    khyrk Oh Yeah!

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    So far... I think the show is still coming up
     
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    ad041715 New Member

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    I need to see more.
    But it looks quite boring so far.
     
  5. khyrk

    khyrk Oh Yeah!

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    Following the transition to licensee Staff International, Marc Jacobs men's wear is as cool and commercial as ever. Referencing downtown New York in the Eighties as well as Sid Vicious, details throughout the collection include seams hand-traced in ink, zipper trims, and a lipstick-kiss motif. Key styles include pleated shorts reminiscent of the kilts favored by Jacobs, elongated tuxedo jackets, and all manner of biker jackets.


    bigger ones, i want the brown sandals

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  6. giorrie

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    kinda boring from what I've seen just now
     
  7. JordanB

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    Boring but wearable. I wouldn't pay for any of this though.
     
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    I need to see more, but for this, i think is boring
     
  9. vetements

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    that second last pic, white jacket and black pants, reminds me of martin margiela, and it doesnt help that mj licensed it to staff international.
    high price points and lacking the quality to justify it is something i always think of when i see mj, what market segmentation exactly are they trying to appeal to i wonder.
     
  10. Scott

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    ^margiela and a bit of blaak as well. highly derivative. but i don't expect any less from MJ,sadly.
     
  11. Thefrenchy

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    I like the sandals, that's pretty much it. It looks lifeless and a bit too "Zara" for my taste...
     
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    I have to disagree with most of you here since I don't like the brown sandals.
    Also, you can get most of that stuff for a much cheaper price.
     
  13. Crying Diamonds

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    Desperately boring.
    The white shawl jacket - yes.
     

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