Marc Jacobs Fall/Winter 2015-2016

This could be Marc Jacobs best collection in years, and one of the best shows i have ever seen. Just forget about his  army look parade for last summer. The legend Erin O’Connor opened the show was a sign that this would be great.

Esmeralda Seay-Reynolds wore a jacket with leopard collar and a matching leopard bag.

Ondria Hardin wore a gorgeous full of embellishment dress.

The fabrics were so luxurious.

The coats remind me of Louis Vuitton fall/winter 2012-2013.

With all the dullness of the palette, Marc wanted everything to sparkle and glisten and gleam to the collection so there were hematite stones and lots of sequins
Midi and ankle-length pleated skirts and bags were everywhere and a perfect match.

Marc showed a plenty of beautiful fur for the collection but I dont like real fur for fashion.

Grace Coddington shared this cute illustration on instagram with caption “Love this cape Marc but my paws won’t fit through the arm holes….@marcjacobsintl #marcjacobs #fall2015 #catsofinstagram”.

Grace Marc

Its about a cape  that worn by Bhumika Arora. I also loved this look #22 since the first time saw the collection.

Julia Nobis wore look #47

Lexi Boling wore look #55.

The last part from the collection offered some sexy and glamorous gowns.

Sheer and sequin gowns

Model’s hair was ponytail turned into knots on the crown by hair stylist Guido Palau, with beautiful gray eyeshadow and sexy dark plum lips by Tom Pecheux. Francois Nars provided that special make up for the collection. Here’s Daiane Conterato look, one of my fave Brazilian models, in the backstage.

A sparkle nail polish to give a touch of glamour. Marc created two new polishes for the show, a red “Poison Apple” and a white “White Snow”

Stefan Beckman designed a handpainted backdrop inspired by Jeremiah Goodman’s painting of Diana Vreeland’s famous “garden in hell” living room. The soundtrack was Requiem for a Dream by Darren Aronofsky.

Yes, it was Marc Jacobs best collection ever, and i loooove it.

Marc by Marc Jacobs F/W 14.15




Marc by Marc Jacobs’ fall campaign — the first since Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley came on board — is making a strong statement with a cast of real people and a social media twist.

Marc Jacobs and stylist Katie Grand opted to use Instagram for models, and so, for a week in April, they asked those interested to submit photos of themselves by including the hashtag #CastMeMarc.

“It seemed like a great idea to me, as casting through Instagram seemed cool, current and strong,” Jacobs said. “We wanted the ads to shout with youth and energy…to be fresh and reclaim the spirit that the collection had when we first conceived of it — to be another collection, not a second line.”

There were 70,000 entries, and working with casting director Anita Bitton, the company whittled them down to 50, who were then directly messaged. Some 30 finalists from around the world, including South Korea, Russia and Australia, were flown to New York; nine made the final cut and were photographed by David Sims in early May.

“David Sims portraits, Peter Miles layouts, the credibility of the cast and the approach to casting the ads transmit a current social lifestyle that doesn’t play into other clichés.…And totally feels like our company — a cast of colorful and dynamic characters,” Jacobs said.

The campaign will break in the August issue of Teen Vogue. It will be supported by behind-the-scenes videos of the casting and shoot on