Spring 2008 Fashion Week: Marc Jacobs
Here's what I know about last night's Marc Jacobs show:
-It started 2 hours late.
-It went backwards, beginning with Marc's bow and ending with look #1.
-It featured a video installation from artist Charles Atlas.
-Mischa Barton, Heath Ledger, Courtney Love, and Victoria Beckham were there.



The rest, I'm still working through. Whether a commentary on "what is sexy," a surreal exploration of deshabille, a nod to Grey Gardens, or a childlike treatise on playing dress-up, I do not know. The clothes were all kinds of messy, with undergarments (some actual, some faux) peeking out. It didn't seem particularly wearable, at least as styled. It was, in other words, the total opposite of fall's polished, pulled-together look.



So what can we take away from this? Sheer is an emerging trend for spring, as are the pullover blouse and the high waist, all of which were prominent in this show. There were some great bags and shoes also. But as for the big picture, it might be days, or weeks, before that's clear.



Your thoughts?

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