Saturday, February 16, 2013

Marc Jacobs Fall-Winter 2013/2014: "I like to see you in baby pajamas"


A designer does not stitch without thread, or at least should not, and when Marc Jacobs comes out at the end of the parade with their own silk pajama pants, Prada, well you can imagine what happened before, or maybe not?


I love it, I love it. Nothing is more intelligent than give a twist to comfortable clothes that do not make us look barbies and make us walk like a robot, and do so in a hyper-chic.


Marc Jacobs has done it and has surprised the staff. First with their courts, their tissues and then finally with your colors, who cheated on his first run, looking all kind of gray with pink accents but I'm not a little burgundy under the dim bulbs, as a last resort, parading all models together under a bright light with which the colors were defined and passed a beautiful smoked.


What clothes so appealing and comfortable. The surprise of the lights took the Tate museum exhibition of Olafur Eliasson called The Weather Project, that and the music of "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" ringing in the ears made clear intention: I will play with you, I will deceive with color and lights.


What a joy for someone to focus on fashion "family", that which part of clothes used in the home but does go outside. The gleaming out of Jacobs.

In Jared | Ralph Lauren Fall-Winter 2013/2014: between opulence Russian and French savoir faire
In Jared | Calvin Klein Collection Fall-Winter 2013/2014 and its mix male and female

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