Mark Jacobs presented comfortable garments in New York
Mark Jacobs gave up the image of fashion’s "wild child" with his Fall/Winter 2010/2011 collection at New York Fashion Week.
His elegant collection was presented by models with simple, natural hair and almost non-existent make-up. The focus was on the comfortable to wear skirts and jackets in graphite color, combined with soft, warm sweaters.
Slightly quaint tailoring was the key look - many of the clothes were references to the style of the 70’s, with knitted cardigans, mohair jackets tightened with a belt at the waist and decorated with leather lapels and cuffs.
The collection even included comfortable shoes with low soles, often combined with socks - a combination, which is considerably more suitable for the ice-covered streets of New York, than the high heels which were spotted in the audience.
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