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Marc Jacobs and the parade through the streets of New York City
Marc Jacobs and the parade through the streets of New York City

The American designer occupies a part of Park Avenue to present the Fall-Winter 2017 collection

Marc Jacobs closes the New York Fashion Week with a show that will be remembered. The collection dedicated toAutumn-Winter 2017 retraces the infinite roads of hip hop style, starting from the beginning: the music.

The street is the walkway


One of the corners of the famous Park Avenue is blocked by barriers, the few chairs positioned are not for guests but for the models. They, the guests and the photographers, stand up.

No photos on Instagram - this prohibition, to tell the truth, not too listened to by the public -, no music.

The show thus bursts into the New York fashion week calendar, taking advantage of the very noises of his city, its streets and its people.

No Social, please


The idea of Marc Jacobs is to prevent the photos of the show from going viral immediately through the social network. Also in this case the situation is reversed, it is in fact the models who take photos of themselves, their colleagues and the public from sessions.

The interaction is there, on a hypothetical stage in the middle of one of the most famous streets in Manhattan.

Fashion is street

Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 Show – Runway

Corduroy, important fur collars for outerwear, minidresses, flared trousers and refined suits. Among the nuances, the Brown, the most intense tip of color is that of Red while the accessories to complete the style. Oversize, exaggerated.

Marc's is a reinterpretation of hip hop from its origins, a tribute to one of the most influential subcultures of the last century, a true cult for entire generations.

A subculture that is born, grows and develops in America, with a decisive slice important in New York, that Marc was also influenced by the TV series of Baz Luhrmann "The Get Down"?

marc cappelloooo

The hatsthen, I'm the real one icing on the cake. They recall those of the Rastas of the 70s.

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