Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2010/2011

New York's workaholics yet fashionable people have been Marc Jacobs inspiration for Fall/Winter 2010/2011 season. Conservative meets casual and splashes of colors keep this collection chic and perfectly appealed for young students. Geeky yet urban, this collection brings out a sensitive part inspired by the years that passed along.
22 Apr, 2010

One of world's biggest fashion designer is without a doubt, Marc Jacobs. The head designer for Louis Vuitton and his own label, Marc Jacobs has won in time all the fashion world with his innovative sense that comes out from his pieces. With a career since the early age of 15, Jacobs got straight to business in this industry by taking a job in an avant-garde clothing boutique where his passion for fashion turned big time into a job for a lifetime. After that, he entered The New School in New York City and while he won a few awards during his tenure at Parsons, he put a mark over fashion world.

In 1997, Marc Jacobs started working as a head designer for the luxury goods fashion empire, Louis Vuitton. Since then his name wasn't just a local known one, the entire world recognizes the name Marc Jacobs.

The Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Collection for his brand Marc by Marc Jacobs puts a major accent on urbanity through geek-chic vintage styles with which he manages to gain more popularity in the young students row. His ability of appealing to any style got Mr. Jacobs on top where he maintains with every collection that he presents. This time, by creating a youthful casual line with everyday looks, he shows wearable clothes with a complexion in details that present flawless silhouettes and clean shapes.

The chromatic theme chosen for Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2010/2011 doesn't go far but keeps a balance between conservative and casual. The main colors are green-olive, candy apple red, dark blue, black, gold and pure white.

The main items that capture today's trends are: Oxford shoes with socks, A-line dresses, long trench-coats, harem pants, striped male cardigan, maxi sweater, school uniform, short jumpsuit, bold shouldered shirt, sporty jacket, pointy toe flats, denim details on pants or dress, military influences, see-trough blouses, lace dresses or classy tuxedo.





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