The Marc Jacobs Fall 2019 collection as seen at New York Fashion Week was nothing short of exquisite! As the models walked down the black runway, the American Contemporary Music Ensemble performed a live version of ‘Aheym’ by Bryce Dessner. To close the show, Marc Jacobs brought Christy Turlington Burns out of runway retirement after over 20 years.
For her grand return to the runway, Christy, who just turned 50 hit the runway in a black feathered cocktail dress with a matching fascinator and black leather boots.
The collection featured many of Marc Jacobs signature looks over the years. There was the big bow blouse paired with a gingham pantsuit, the long mock neck green silk sequined long sleeve dress, the pink floral print taffeta dress with ruffle neckline among others.
There were also fabulous cocktail dresses like the strapless white taffeta with black floral print and long train and black feather corset alongside the black stain strap dress with ruffled shoulders.
The proportions of the outfits, like the setting, was much more scaled down than the supersize garments of the last two seasons. The volume of the clothes might have shrunken to manageable proportions but they still retained their slight oversize especially in the range of coats – like a large collar red plaid, a wool coat worn over a fuschia taffeta print skirt.
Here’s a look at select pieces from the collection…
Watch the Marc Jacobs NYFW February 2019 show here…
Photo credit: Vogue.com
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