Marc Jacobs

10 Jun

Jacobs introduced his namesake line in 1986 and quickly became the youngest designer ever to win the CFDA Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent. Two decades and several CFDA awards (for womenswear, menswear, and accessories) later, Marc Jacobs is to America what Miuccia Prada is to Italy.

He is the designer who stuns,delights & scares the fashion world twice a year. A master of the mash-up, his references are wide-ranging, always in flux, and often unlikely. He’s done multi-layered grunge and tight-as-a-drum ladylike. What’s next? It’s unpredictable!!! But you can safely assume it’ll make waves and move units!!!

I recently stumbled upon Marc Jacobs Resort wear collection 2013 and i have to say i really loved it!!! Resort wear is a specialized year-round clothing style and fashion season. From walking shorts, caftans and sandals, to full-length evening dresses and light jackets, resort wear is unique in its design and function.

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For the whole collection here http://www.fashionologie.com/Marc-Jacobs-Resort-2013-Pictures-23429468?page=0,0,0#16

“I like romantic allusions to the past: what the babysitter wore, what the art teacher wore, what I wore during my experimental days in fashion when I was going to the Mudd Club and wanted to be a New Wave kid or a punk kid but was really a poseur. It’s the awkwardness of posing and feeling like I was in, but I never was in. Awkwardness gives me great comfort.”

—Marc Jacobs for New York Magazine

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