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Marc Jacobs Pumps it Up

September 17, 2005 at 2:07 pm by Designer Ella

Marc Jacobs reinvents Boat-wear

New York Fashion Week Fall 2005 Marc Jacobs Spring 2006 show

… into looking the size of one.

New York Fashion Week Fall 2005 Marc Jacobs Spring 2006 show

A) A muscle man-woman at a biker bar. “WUT? You want a piece of me? I’ll do my supermodel strut and bitch-slap yo’ mug.”

B) From the ‘hood to the office. I thought the previous wide-leg menswear trousers were too baggy, boy, this outweights it. And honey, those pants are cropped! and cuffed! Add the too-long, bulging sweater, and you look like you’re playing dress up in (stylish Big n’ Short) daddy’s clothes.

 


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  • 2 Responses to “Marc Jacobs Pumps it Up”

    Kiss Me Stace * shopping & fashion blog! » Blog Archive » Marc Jacobs Fails in Recapturing Grunge Says:

    […] There were some lovely pieces, somewhere in there, and some of that Marc Jacobs I used to love. But no ensemble was layered properly; nothing fit. And that relates to the items matching their partners, being suitable in today’s cosmo, and the sheer size of certain items. The layering was long, the pants were wide, and knit and fur hats were big and bigger. It was a bit too familiar, like Jacobs unfortunately took the worst of his Spring show last Fall and ran with a bigger, more disastrous version. […]

    Kiss Me, Stace * Entry » Designer of the Week: Marc Jacobs Runway to Store Says:

    […] Here is what it looks like when designer fashion goes from the catwalk to the high end shop: […]

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