They say if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. But for fashion’s rebellious wunderkind Marc Jacobs, rules are indeed meant to be broken, as seen at his Autumn/Winter ’19 show. Staged at the vast Park Avenue Armory in New York, the designer brought new meaning to self-reflection. Case in point: a mirrored runway that stood out against the set’s pitch-black and minimalist interior, hauntingly illuminating the models as they glided past. No need for theatrics here, as there was brilliant logic in this: an invitation to explore the dialogue between intimacy and distance, while refracting each of the designer’s elaborate concoctions in a new light.
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