Everything You Need to Know About the Marc Jacobs AW24 Show

Dig­i­tal Fash­ion Edi­tor Eve Fitz­patrick

Kick­ing off New York Fash­ion Week was the Marc Jacobs AW24 show, a cel­e­bra­tion of 4 decades of the fab­u­lous brand. With a small, inti­mate guest list in atten­dance at the Park Avenue Armory, the show was noth­ing short of a spec­ta­cle pro­duced by one of America’s most pro­lif­ic show­men. Over­sized tables and chairs designed by the late artist Robert Ther­ri­an tow­ered over the mod­els, enhanc­ing a car­toon­ish and play­ful feel to the collection.

Huge tote bags, upturned heels, struc­tured stiff tai­lor­ing, and over­sized sil­hou­ettes cre­at­ed a remark­able paper doll effect. The feel of the 1960s was also para­mount and no doubt was a nod to the designer’s child­hood. Dough eyed make­up and over­sized bouf­fants huge­ly nod to the era and suc­cess­ful­ly com­ple­ment the skirt suit sets and cropped blaz­ers that the 60s were so well known for. Wear­able pieces that also cre­ate a play­ful nar­ra­tive involves a unique skill to be able to suc­cess­ful­ly man­u­fac­ture, yet Marc Jacobs inno­v­a­tive imag­i­na­tion has done just that.

Here’s Our Stand-Out Looks From The Collection: