Marc Jacob’s Latest Skate Deck.

05/01/2011 § Leave a comment

They just keep gettting cooler and cooler.

And they’re still $89.

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Marc by Marc Jacob’s S/S 2011 Campaign

05/01/2011 § Leave a comment

As always, photographed by Juergen Teller.

Marc Jacobs makes skate decks?!

01/12/2010 § Leave a comment

Whilst floating around the Marc Jacob’s facebook page, I came across this:

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Marc Jacobs has produced a four piece collection of skate decks featuring photographs from his campaigns by Juergen Teller.

You can have Kate Moss (Autumn, 2000), Lisa Marie (Spring, 2000), M.I.A (Spring, 2009) or Stephanie Seymour (Spring, 2001)

It’s almost enough to make me attempt to skate.

Essentials for A/W 2010

01/12/2010 § Leave a comment

Probably wouldn’t feel the cold at all with these beauties.

Marc Jacobs- Ready-To-Wear

14/11/2010 § Leave a comment

The Seventies.

Marc Jacobs apparent inspiration for his Spring/Summer 2011 collection and I cannot rave about this anymore. The colours, the fabrics, the hairstyles; this is my favourite collection of the whole season and I cannot wait to see it photographed for his next campaigns!

Every outfit looks as if it were stolen from Studio 54 and teleported to his showrooms for display in the New York Fashion Week. The collection featured sheer voluminous silk gowns, patent clutch bags, tight knitted bandeau tops and huge decorative hair pieces in burnt sienna, mauve and rasberry shades. The models had crimped, frizzed out hair and a make up palette of burgundy lips and blacked out eyes; with that obvious hint of Seventies glitter.

For the first time, I’m starting to see the appeal with corsages.

Jacobs also showed a beautiful selection of couture style dresses in a shimmering creped black and gold.

Every season, he never fails to impress.

PS. The satin pink dungarees made dungarees completely acceptable.

Inspirations for my Photography Assignment.

11/11/2010 § Leave a comment

COMPLETE CREATIVE FREEDOM.

The first thing that immediately came to mind was Juergen Teller’s Marc Jacob’s campaign.

Soft focus and Cole Mohr in dresses. HOT

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