Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 15 Collection
So the new collection is out and it’s fun, vibrant and totally gels with the whole vision of who a MMJ girl stands out: veracious, independent woman. For the runway launch, we spy Anna Dello Russo, Rachel Bilson and Alexa Chung in the crowd.
For Spring 2015, the Marc by Marc Jacobs collection explores hardcore idealism with industrial and utilitarian fabrics. Cropped cotton t-shirts are paired with pastel colored plastic skirts and stretch poplin trousers. Feminine slip dresses are shown in monochrome nylon taffeta while washed cotton canvas offers a military statement in a white jumpsuit and flight jacket. Sweatshirts are combined with ‘bubble-wrap’ tech organza and printed plastic to create unique patchwork dresses over House of Harlot rubber leggings in shiny black and nude. Fergus Purcell graphics are bold, using cult symbols – fine linear triangles, degradé bubbles, anti-establishment black & white noise, industrial slogans – featured throughout the collection on t-shirts and oversized dresses.
Continuing the use of utilitarian materials, leather and plastic are the focus for the Spring 2015 accessories. Mimicking the look of rubber, dipped leather Chelsea boots in pastel colors provide an industrial edge, while velvet mary-jane wedges are shown in colors ranging from black to washed mint. Completing the shoe offering for the runway, canvas and leather army boots are styled both tall and folded over, in black and grey. Graphic new handbag shapes include the Donut Clutch and the Cube Clutch, both molded in pastel colored plastic, while the Circle bag and Moon bag, both in soft leather, are presented in solid black and leche as well as a multi-colored cloud print.
All we can say is, those Circle and Moon bags are driving us wild!