The Marc Jacobs spring 2020 runway show was the finale collection to show at New York Fashion Week. And it sure didn’t disappoint!
At the very beginning, all of the models entered the room at the same time. Giving guests a flourishing array of the design houses latest collection.
The models then proceeded to walk through the sporadically placed guests. Before the catwalk formed and each design was singularly showcased in front of them.
Plenty of plaid and florals featured. Along with ruffles, pops of colour and muted earthy tones. Lending an ode to generations of fashion decades that had been before.
Cowboy inspired ensembles seemed to be the most reoccurring theme. As were the array of incredibly diverse hats that were on display.
Our stand-out favourites were the sharp separates, quirky prints and those butterfly sunglasses (reminding us of something Mariah Carey would have pulled off in the 90’s tbh!)
To view the full Marc Jacobs spring 2020 New York Fashion Week collection, please click on the thumbnails below:
Born in NYC in 1963, Marc Jacobs graduated from Parsons School of Design. Where he was the youngest designer ever to receive the CFDA’s Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent.
In 1992, Jacobs showed his grunge collection for Perry Ellis. Then in April 1994, he successfully debuted his eponymous collection. Since then, he has spearheaded countless successful ready-to-wear, handbag, fragrance, cosmetics and book launches.