Thanks Scott for sharing these wonderful photos. I am still gushing about this collection. The color palate was amazing. So feminine and the dresses just flowed wonderfully when I watched the show. Looks like we might be seeing a lot of hats in the future. My dream of photographing a Marc Jacobs show one day is still in my mind. Keep dreaming I tell myself ….lol. Thanks again.
Marc Jacobs Collection is my favorite New York Collection so far. Color stories are rich, garments are fabulous, 70Â´s inspired look with slight twist and humor is just stunning! Thank you for sharing photos of the moments!
Marc Jacobs is really one of the smartest designers I have ever seen..
he has such resiliency that you can never take his designs as a " Deja Vu " but also you can never miss the playful sense of sarcasm in his work .. I might have admired his collections for the smartness & sharpness laying within … only an objective admiration.. but this collection ; I am totally biasing for.. I am in love .
I love this partly because it's not at all what I was expecting. Love the unexpected contrast of the super bright, almost retro Hawaiian clothes against the film noir hair, makeup and lighting. And those platform shoes are gorgeous!
This was a simply amazing collection. I am always excited to see what Marc Jacobs produces each season for the three lables and he never disappoints. The feeling I got when watching the show has been unmatched by any other collections I have seen so far for the SS11 season. This collection was stunning.
Gosh, how beautiful – I've not seen a show by Marc Jacobs for a while that shows so much of his trademark vibrancy. Particularly love the wide brimmed hat, purple crochet top and flowers in the fifth photograph down. Thank you for the great photos!
I love it all. The colour, the shape, The accessories are amazing. I love the slouchy dresses with the giant low slung belts- going to be a wonderful post-pregnancy look for me to imitate. Very 70's of course. I love the little geometric prints that he is so famous for.
Geez, Scott. You are making me envious! I wanna photograph that show!! What fantastic photographs. The colors in his collection are too stunning for words. Only pictures (yours) do the job of conveying their beauty.
My favorite thing about this show is that the women don't look completely emaciated. These women look fit and spartan, athletic…not like they're about to collapse of arrythmia, which has been the fashion in the fashion world for quite some time now…
But onto the fashion itself…awesome. Like A Clockwork Orange meets the year 1968.
I am the biggest Marc Jacobs fan ever! I love both of his lines. He is a genius. I love the colors and want every single piece right now. Wearing color in the fall and spring is my favorite thing to do.
Wonderful photos of a fabulous collection of upcoming fashion, colour and flowing forms. We've just edged into Spring here in Australia, so it's great to see these images and be inspired to look forward to our soon-coming warm weather and Summer and all its joys! Yay! Much thanks, ciao, L. in Oz.
There's no doubt that Marc Jacobs is channeling Yves Saint Laurent in his Spring 2011 RTW Collection. Bold lacquer colors for pant suits and Seventies wide sleeved Spring coats ( which are themselves throw backs to the Forties Busby Berkeley musicals) seem to buck the trend at this year's NY Fashion Week. The problem is that these pieces come off as being a bit like costumes. You should wear your clothes and not the other way around.
Nevertheless, the collection is beautiful if not overly nostalgic. What? Is that Donna Summer I hear in the background?
This is a visual feast. Thanks for sharing these with those of us who will never be connected well enough to get to Fashion Week. It is something I dream of constantly. This collection is truly thrilling. In stark contrast to the dull and peculiar assortment of resort wear offered up on the last Project Runway challenge.
Gorgeous patterns and colors as usual. A fantastic collection . . . All except that sweater with the BOOB TARGETS! That's sure to end up on the sale racks. For someone who designs some of the best looking womenswear I've seen, he sure missed the mark with that piece. Maybe he was going for whimsical, but I'd just feel uncomfortable wearing that sweater.
I love Marc Jacobs. The color palate of this line is retro and sophisticated.
That being said, I think the actual garments are hideous. They do nothing to give form or shape, they are not interesting OR flattering. There seems to be an overabundance of fabric or an underwhelming lack of concern for what would actually be flattering to the female form or be sculpturally interesting.
I can appreciate the artistry of creating a comprehensive and cohesive collection. However I find this completely lacking in the sophistication and poise which Marc Jacobs usually produces.
I love (overused adjective, but can’t do better) the dresses, on photos #1, #5, #6, #9 with the contrasting belts & even the navy shorts in photo #4. It’s wonderful how well the accessories always work with these designers. Somewhere between Marc Jacobs’ designs & your eye: there’s pure magic!