Fashion Week in New York ends with a question mark named Marc Jacobs. The designer takes us into an intriguing apocalyptic universe. There combines a Victorian Gothic and will have a parade where born Marc Jacobs Spring-Summer 2014 gives us chills.
Last night at Fashion Week in New York the scene was apocalyptic Pieces of jail, a dilapidated wooden staircase and waste scattered on the ground remains of a past party were among other decor Parade Marc Jacobs Spring-Summer 2014. In the blue night light in the room, the apprehension we already watched. Sudden, violent violins are put together to sound a first intriguing silhouette.
Tripled in a jacket with shoulders worn with black shorts and tennis embroidered, the first figure was the image of the scene confused. Patterns and embroidery on clothing seemed to point to the Victorian era while the peroxide hair, unevenly cut bowl and the courts were more modern. The following figures were not going in the opposite direction and mixed elements of the past and elements of contemporary pop culture Victorian jackets are quickly out of their conformity to wear patterns of flora and shorten while the shorts were simplified to look more closely at the construction of the figure with its oversized shoulders, shorts slim and tennis that we evoked a quarterback.
Marc Jacobs explains: “I do not want to fall into the cliche ‘ spring-summer ‘, I wanted to create girls who have no problem pointing to the office in a Victorian dress and Birkenstocks these orthopedic shoes soles suede the parade Marc Jacobs spring-Summer 2014 rejects naturally light colors and flowing cuts or minimalist views on most podiums like Derek Lam, Victoria Beckham or Calvin Klein Collection to mention that them.
Marc Jacobs explores a different universe that tinted print and sequins remains grim. This dark atmosphere is almost mournful through the different parts of the century gothic inspired the parade. Indeed, guided by the concern violins, models, stoical had swallowed up in gowns and dresses in black on a floor littered with cigarette butts. The many details such as shoulder pads, ¾ sleeves and embroidery volume indicated century Gothic.
However, some modern details were still playing on the anachronism. Thus the elements of pop culture as the reason Coca Cola hijacked on a sweatshirt or Sky Ferreira model for the opportunity is there to remind us that indeed the twenty first century.
Marc Jacobs explains the confusion of genres “This is a kind of celebration of brotherhood which degenerates, the Burning Man spirit, beach party. It is a sour nightmare or at least it was for me. “This sweet nightmare is ended with a touch of color: a long transparent dress covered with Hawaiian flowers embroidered in sequins.