Since New York Fashion Week started, the Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection by Marc Jacobs was one of the longest expected collections. The line has finally arrived and Marc is able to surprise us once again with a beautiful collection even if he didn’t bring many new trends on the table and because of this some critics say that he got off the easy way with this line. If that’s true or not you’ll see next and you will judge the looks by yourself.
17 Feb, 2010
Marc Jacobs is one of the greatest American fashion designers. He runs the label Marc Jacobs by being the head designer and he is the creative director for the French luxurious fashion house Louis Vuitton.
His passion for fashion started since he was a kid and at the age of 15 he gets a job in an avant-garde clothing boutique in New York City. Jacobs presents his first collection in 1985 and soon after that he gets to be the youngest fashion designer that ever won the CFDA Perry Ellis Award for New Fashion Talent.
Marc Jacobs is one of the best designers in predicting what are going to be the main trends in the next season. His collections are mostly with a romantic touch, glamorous pieces, luxurious designs or vintage inspired.
“I like romantic allusions to the past: what the babysitter wore, what the art teacher wore, what I wore during my experimental days in fashion when I was going to the Mudd Club and wanted to be a New Wave kid or a punk kid but was really a poseur. It's the awkwardness of posing and feeling like I was in, but I never was in. Awkwardness gives me great comfort.” said Jacobs in an interview for New York Magazine.
In the Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection in women’s wear, Marc Jacobs comes out with a minimalistic line that focuses more on wearable clothes and less on a dramatic fashion show. If in the Spring/Summer 2010 Collection, he brought an explosion of colors on the runway, this time he shows us clothing designs in nude colors and neutral ones.
"It's refreshing to see something that isn't trying so hard to be new," said Jacobs after the fashion show. "There's so much striving for newness now that newness feels less new.” We can see that he is tired of over-thinked designs that have as a main purpose the need of attention. With the Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection, Marc shows us a beautiful collection formed of wearable items for the everyday type of women.
Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 Ready-To-Wear Collection contains different looks and uses a variety of clothes to please all types of women. If he starts the show with conservative yet casual wear or with business suits, he ends up big time with soft colored dresses and brilliant gowns with sequin details.
From tweedy gray culottes to three piece suits or clear plastic trenches, princess coats, bow detailed dresses or sequined sweaters, striped trench coats, panne velvet dresses or stunning vintage gowns, we had it all in this fall RTW collection by Marc Jacobs .