Marc Jacobs Fall 2017: Pays Tribute to Hip Hop

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Take a Look Inside The World of Marc Jacobs

A behind-the-scenes look at the Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 Collection at The Park Avenue Armory that spilled out onto the street and closed New York Fashion Week in grand style.  At his show, roughly half the models fell somewhere on the darker-skinned spectrum. Not a bad idea, since the theme seemed to be beginning of Hip-Hop in the 80s. Models including Slick, Adwoa Aboah and former cosplayer Aleece Wilson descended stoop-like stairs in a range of period references — from a deep brown palette to funky track suits and platform loafers and ending with Alek Wek.

 

 

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